We're Only In It For The Money
I chose "What's the Ugliest Part of Your Body" by Frank Zappa and The Mothers of Invention (the of Invention was added by the record company so try and avoid offending the more genteel minds) bcause at times it is especially if it values money over friendship.
PS I Love You
This a beautiful song title from the Beatles , and every time I finish a conversation with my Muse I always tell her how much I love her. I think it is a good idea to keep telling the one you love that you do love them and not just assume that they know you love them.
More Than I Can Say
I am sometimes tongue tied expressing my love and run out of words . The Bobby Vee song expresses this perfectly.
My lovely writing Sister , Melissa Ingoldsby, was off Social media for a while . Her account was hacked. She is now back and this is a poem saying how much we all love you.
Maybe I Just Need To Stop Writing On Vocal
I have three stories awaiting approval on Vocal, one has been waiting more than a week despite several emails. It’s not controversial or anything , just about a rock band , The Grateful Dead, but they haven’t rejected or published it. Possibly by the time this is published it may be out there.
The Most Successful, Famous Band You Have Never Heard Of
You have probably heard the name "The Grateful Dead" and you may have even seen posters or T-Shirts but that may be as far as you go.
Chris Morton “F**K DANCE, LET’S ART...” - The Exhibition
A couple of weeks back I went for a scan at the Nuffield Hospital in Jesmond , I got there early so decided to take a walk up to Oxfam in Jesmond to see my friend Katie Knowles (who I met at an event curated by the wonderful Craig Puranen Wilson) but I hadn’t seen her since before the first lockdown. I was surprised that she was there at the till where we hugged but didn’t kiss (we were masked).
A poem about how lovely and fun rabbits are. They are great pets and very cuddly. So what song should we go for in this Lepus themed sonnet , there are few that I could choose , but not can beat "White Rabbit" by Jefferson Airplane , one of the few rock songs I know of written in tango time.