a tale of tails, tenacity, and tedium, as told by me, usually barefoot and bellowing

Saturday, August 3, 2013

This N That

Did a Random Five but didn't have a clue
Was pointed out by a single reader's view
I have visited the writing prompts
And seem not inspired
So no poems today
My shovel knee is tired
My space has become larger
And the other proportionally filled
When I had this thought
I said, Aw, no big deal
Here is the tire garden in the early morning rain
It will find new space below the rock that drains
And this other garden so overcrowded with plants
Will be removed and relocated with an elephant
When this will be done
I can't even dare to say
I'm easily distracted
And I may just run away.

16 comments:

Terri said...

Wait- what are you building now? I missed something!

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Just think how awesome it will look when it's done.
And I'm no poet, but I think that was a poem...

Country Gal said...

Awesome rhyming post for not being a poem hehe ! Thanks for sharing ! Have a good day !

LindaG said...

Silly. That was a great poem.
Good luck and take your time! You don't want to have to get knee surgery. :-|

Have a great Saturday, Gail!

TexWisGirl said...

goofball. i think the heat and sweat-worthy work is getting to you...

Sandra said...

you said
NO poems today,
but then you did one anyway.
please do NOT runaway.

Michaele said...

Great no-poem poem : )

Sandy said...

Nothing like a beautiful poem for not being a poem?????????????

It looks like a lot of work to me.

Willow said...

Hmm seems near the end there you couldn't resist that poetry in your head .

Josie Two Shoes said...

Lordy, you work tirelessly, always a plan in progress! I can't wait to see the finished water feature this Fall! :-)

Lynne said...

You "poem it" perfectly. Water garden . . .?

Saucy Kodz said...

Now I'm gettin' excited to see how this all comes aboot - do not strain the knee - I know, I know - you don't listen, but do not strain the knee "there's always another day
to go out with your shovel n play"
hehe Have a good one.

Brian Miller said...

if you really use an elephant to move that i want pictures...smiles....and in not doing poetry i think you found a bit...smiles.

Dip-Dip and the Bridge said...

Well said! That pool looks very inviting, bet you have all sorts of creatures stopping by.
Thanks so much for your encouragement for my pictures, as always, much appreciated.
Lynne x

Sandee said...

You are one working fool indeed. Do you ever sit down? I don't think so.

Have a blessed Sunday. :)

labbie1 said...

That is one HUGE rock! Gonna look great! :)

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