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The Songbird commented on Doc Vega's blog post The Sound of a Dying Tree
"Aww, I'm sorry; did not mean it as that, but it does appear that way.  I made this comment after two more lengthy ones on two other pieces of yours, so I was in my own thought mode.  If it is judgment, it's likely my own…"
Oct 30
The Songbird commented on Doc Vega's blog post The Sound of a Dying Tree
"Deceit is a self-serving master. "
Oct 29
The Songbird commented on Doc Vega's blog post Never Meant To Be
"The question is -- what did you possess, that this person wanted to drink of?  And what did they think they did not have, to drink -- that you did?  Maybe what you missed was something they imbued you with.  But - that is yours now.…"
Oct 29
The Songbird commented on Doc Vega's blog post Fond of Insanity
"Don't buy it.  Your spirit knows.  It always does.  And life itself is not photoshopped together to make a point.  If one HAS to make a point - it is only looking for credence.  "
Oct 29
The Songbird commented on Doc Vega's blog post The Beast Inside
"A-men.  We never know the formulae to turn venom back into elixir until it's foisted upon us.  And from the inside, we see, at least, what we DON'T want.  Disregard actually makes one complicit, but it is the key to the…"
Oct 29
The Songbird commented on Tom Cordle's blog post Another good man done gone
"Gosh, thanks Tom.  This is one I did not know, and we don't often think of Tony Joe in/as a duet.  These are the perfect voices for this tale, telling both sides of his coinage so perfectly.  He's quite a thread in the…"
Oct 29
The Songbird commented on The Songbird's blog post THE QUIETUDE Of EXASPERATION
"All; I did not reply by all your names, JP, Ron, and Robert.  (I haven't an Edit.) "
Oct 22
The Songbird commented on The Songbird's blog post THE QUIETUDE Of EXASPERATION
"Thank you both, so much!  I at times think I NEED a kindred!  If not for agreement, consensus, or credence, just for the plain truth of speech, no sales call attached.  I'm going to injure my neck again if I don't stop…"
Oct 22
Ron Powell commented on The Songbird's blog post THE QUIETUDE Of EXASPERATION
""If the law supposes that," said Mr. Bumble, squeezing his hat emphatically in both hands, "the law is a ass — a idiot. If that's the eye of the law, the law is a bachelor; and the worst I wish the law is, that his eye may…"
Oct 22
Ron Powell commented on The Songbird's blog post THE QUIETUDE Of EXASPERATION
""If the law supposes that," said Mr. Bumble, squeezing his hat emphatically in both hands, "the law is a ass — a idiot. If that's the eye of the law, the law is a bachelor; and the…"
Oct 22
Robert B. James commented on The Songbird's blog post THE QUIETUDE Of EXASPERATION
"Luckily I was raised under martial law. Sure, there were courts, but just for looks. We took great pride in avoiding them. The greatest threat I never heard was ...I’ll see you in court. When the wave hits the beach...up close its chaos, but…"
Oct 22
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J.P. Hart commented on The Songbird's blog post THE QUIETUDE Of EXASPERATION
"straight jacket a damn cruel~ descriptor~ not once approached~ within scripture~ he who escapes capture~ at play, now~ all that~ bally~blue~who~due~ trance of rapture~ !over!"
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The Songbird commented on Doc Vega's blog post What Did You See in Me?
"I like the end of this piece -- Your position has been overrun.  Takes a couple meanings, too.  Overplayed, played waay too long, also-ran, spilled, and/or -- I just finally shoved yer bad ass out the way!   But -- it is a heartfelt…"
Oct 8

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I am a mechanical bird. I fly, dive, and flutter about things, curious, ... yet -- I am but a machine. I am the product of the times I came into. All is mechanical. My clockwork works - exactly. You can see by the meter of my words that something is precise about me. I know not why; I am not the Originator of these things. They only come to me. They tick, or they whirr, or they may, by chance, chime. No matter - I hear, and respond to them. I myself am quite delighted by these Missives that come my way, and my dearest love is the language I came in with, English. It isn't the words themselves; more - it is the very capability of being able to iterate what I have been given to feel.

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THE QUIETUDE Of EXASPERATION

Posted on October 21, 2018 at 3:30pm 4 Comments

RUREALITY

Posted on September 2, 2018 at 10:00pm 2 Comments

RUREALITY

Linguistics are doomed, and punctuation is moot;

words are emergency, urgency,…

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TRINE

Posted on August 21, 2018 at 8:00pm 0 Comments

TRINE

Two is a multiplier,

as life thrives by two, conjoined.

But…

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At 5:45pm on March 13, 2016, Phibby Venable said…

Songbird, thank you for the lovely welcome! Look forward to your friendship here!

At 8:44pm on March 31, 2015, lorianne said…

Welcome!


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