Friday, October 12, 2012

A Different Red

Odin finally removed the giant electric blanket yesterday and following a rain it was finally a day that wasn't hot. Stepping outside didn't make me want to throw up. It was nice.

I took pictures and I'm including here some from school where a slight lowering of temperature was already detectable, prompting many a silly Californian to don a hoodie or even full on sweat uniforms, dumbass flannel pyjamas often seen walking alongside the equally popular dumbass shorts and flip-flops. I don't think anyone was comfortable, but almost everyone looked bad.

Twitter Sonnet #435

Legos grown too large snap a bold colour.
Terror runs to a senseless pin stripe bin.
Boiling gum goes to a peerless number.
The sky trumpets paint their angels with din.
Turnips burning brighter than suns blind us.
Baby carrots reveal those who remain.
The plucked flamingos jam into the bus.
Innocent feathers drive boas insane.
Aging scissors discern earnest page youth.
Alligator attics make scale storage.
Churchill cannot make up for lost vermouth.
Muppet stomachs cannot hold the porridge.
Fire hotter than heavy flips the chalk.
Roasted pillows teach spiders how to talk.

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