It’s ironic that the definition of “irony” doesn’t include
“describing the qualities or characteristics of iron“.
note: usually I have a poem with a snowman photo, so …
laughing at an ant’s antic
or a pan’s panic
could make a man manic.
double note: I see I may get an icy response to the “ic” post.
triple note: past poetic endeavors … and snowmen are here.
THEY ARE THAT GOOD! … OR AT LEAST BETTER THAN THIS ONE!
quadruple note: the poems are usually short … because I’m no Longfellow.
what I’m listening to now #17: Keith Richards … I don’t know what he’s saying, but the songs are good.
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I’ve discovered iron deposits in my little garden.
note: I thought iron mining would be different.
double note: canary miners must find the odd lump of dead coal every once in a while.
Today isn’t over yet, but the “3 hour all you can drink” party at a swank hotel in about an hour should put a fork in it.
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