Most readers probably haven’t heard of Noxious Trimbody. His poetry isn’t for everyone, but you may enjoy this one:
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We’ve referred to this book in a previous post, but it’s worth another outing for those of you who weren’t here in the early days of this blog. A very amusing, and surprisingly helpful, book. Now if only more writers took notice!
Women are attracted to appalling men, because appalling men appear masked at the ball. They arrive with mandolins and fancy-dress costumes.
Yasmina Reza Happy are the happy (Harvill Seckert, 2013) p. 171
The prime fact is that all humans are puffed-up by their extreme self-satisfaction with their own brute power. Unless some creature more powerful than people arrives on earth to bully, them, there’s just no knowing to what dire lengths their fool presumptuousness will eventually carry them.
I am a cat Soseki Natsume, Book 1 p 33. (Charles E. Tuttle Co 1972)
The world has been clamouring, yes clamouring, for more of the unpublished Gertrude Stein manuscript that Gert has in her possession. We’ve even had a tweet from Donald Trump demanding it. So here are its last cryptic lines:
Continue reading On foolishness, igloos and omelettes