Listening for the words in a quiet corner of the night. The fiction, poetry, and photography of Jason Evans.
HMMMMI really need to come to this blog in the light of day!:>)Great photoLinda
I love the photo. You can see all the colors and lines in her eyes so vividly. In regards to the poem, gee, I know the feeling! Don't let that predator out now!
I mean 'eye' singular. D'oh!
Remind me to never make you angry... I'd like that gate to stay closed.:P
Good humor and perfect meter. Bravo!
What a calculating look in that predator's eye! And please leave the gate firmly closed!
Great pic! Looks like the Eye of the Dragon. Awesome!The great seal shall break one day and the beast would be unleashed.You know anyone who watches "Naruto" would be sooooo able to relate your pic and poem to the Nine-tailed fox. Am a big fan!
Being in a singularly foul mood of late I say release the catch on the gate and loose the beast; I need my dinner.
I'm reminded of the old tale of the lady who took in a snake to warm him by the fire. When he was well again, to her dismay, he bit her. When she expressed her sadness at this, he answered, "You knew I was a snake before you took me in." To sound cliche and mix my metaphors, we don't change our spots.
Linda, it's okay. It's safe. :)Shadow, thanks. :)Catvibe, the cat barely cooperated for these photos. She's much more comfortable with us now. It would probably be easier.Aine, I don't blame you. ;)Gerry, sometimes laughing at little at anger helps.Bebo, the predator is formidible. If you have a lock on you, click that gate shut!Aniket, I think I've seen some glimpses of Naruto. Maybe I can find something on Youtube.Charles, purrrrrrrr.Walking Man, amen, brother.Karen, that's really an excellent reminder.
Ha ha ha ha! Very funny, you. Purrrrrrrrrrfect!
I liked that last line. A lot.
I hear the snarland pull my hand back.I'll eat the peanuts!
WoW!! Love that picture. Very clever verse to accompany the photo. I knew a bonafide philosopher, who thought this line was highly hilarious. She heard it on the TV show Daktari. (sp may be wrong)"Some one left the cage open and the orangutan is gone!"I had to think about it for 30 years or so.
Gotta love the quick and to the point! As mentioned previously, the picture is perfect with your delightful verse.
SarahA, the poem is happy. It's brushing by your leg.EOH, me too. :)Woman in the Window, that's probably safest of all!Kaye, you can thank the cat for the picture. :) As for the line, is there something buried in there? Am I going to have to look for 30 years too?
Karirose, sometimes that the best blog style!
I'm right in the middle of dealing with one of the beasts. A very tricky one here.Fine combination of photo and poetry... as always, Jason
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