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16 thoughts on “The Georgia O’Keeffe Incident”
Ah! Love you too, Pink!! 😀
-You are the Picasso of poetry Linda.
Thank you Joy!. Your comment has given me a really big head albiet with a nose coming out of my ear and one eye on my chin, but still!!
Thank you Elaine! I’m so glad you liked it! 😀
Leonard Fly and thd math lady have a lot in common! They both jump of buildings the exact same way.
I sometimes have to wonder if the amount of jumping off of buildings that goes on in this blog is more than other blogs. It seem a little disproportionate to me. I’d feel bad, but then I didn’t invent buildings so . . . it’s really not my fault.
He does indeed Linda, and who are we to question him?
Exactly Michael. 😀
Oh brother… okay, who am I kidding, that made me laugh.
I love it when you laugh!!
Great prose, made even more special by the fine architectural line drawings that infest so much of Vernon’s work. A modern classic. 9.6.
Wow! What a nice compliment, Roadwax. Me and my big fat first grade pencil thank you very much indeed!
Oh how I laughed! How I shreiked! How I cackled!!
I felt like some underground gas that’d been frackled!
My eyes, how they rolled, oh I thought I would die
Transported I was, like poor Leonard Fly!!!
And when I got to the part which explained why this post was called “The Georgia O’Keefe Incident,” I roared with laughter and mightily proclaimed: Linda Vernon is a genius!!– insane, but truly a genius!!!! : )
Ahaha!! Oh how I love your poem!! “Underground gas that’d been frackled!” And hear I woke up this morning not expecting to hear that phrase at all today — Boy was I wrong! Life is full of wonderful surprises . . . like Mark Armstrong!