Tag Archives: boredom

Stuck On Red

I rarely think of traffic lights. Observe them, yes, but on those nights When work is finished, TV’s dark, The dog next door has ceased to bark And idle thoughts come sidling in, I’m never, Traffic lights? Again?! And yet, … Continue reading

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Add A Monkey

Boring meeting? Listless mime? Add a monkey. Party time! Take your day From foul to funky– Ask me how! (Hint: Add a monkey.) Pleased to meet you, sir. What cheer? Hip-hip-hooray! The monkey’s here! Added monkey’s Not redeeming? Sir, wake … Continue reading

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Thank Badness

I’m grateful there are days like this When every shot is bound to miss And all the best-laid plans of mice And me go awfully gley. It’s nice To have these days to gaze upon When nothing much is going … Continue reading

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Now What?

Taxes: Filed. Oscars: Scored. Dinner: Eaten. Status: Bored.

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Or Is That “Spell”?

I could be asleep right now There’s really no good way to tell Unconsciously I still know how To do most everything but smell My punctuation jones may wane Whilst Dreamland is my home address But even an unslumbered brain … Continue reading

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My Own Devices

The wi-fi’s flaky when it’s wet; It’s hard to get the internet To up- or download when it’s pouring. That’s how come my night is boring.

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Bored

I raised the cat Above my head. “Now, fly!” cried I. She flew. I bled.

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