I like your poem. lg. I love playing with words, too. Someone called the librarian at my high school (who I thought was wonderfully whimsical) a flibbertygibbet. Ha! I thought - I want to be a flibbertygibbet, too. Isn't that a great word? Love the photo, too. :)
flibbertygibbet! yes; that just rolls off one's tongue; doesn't it Lynn?:)supercalifragilisticexpeallidocious!
My son is sick (down in bed) so I am not sure just when I will get back to this. :( I am feeling overwhelmed a bit. He has been ill on and off since he was a baby; but that is another story.Thanks for stopping by Lynn!
Congratulations, lg! I loved this poem when you posted it here and I'm so glad your words are going to a wider audience. As one word lover to another, you expressed the joy in that play beautifully.
Thank you Talon. I admire your skillful hand at writing and storytelling and your ability to consistently produce great material.
No More Don’t want to hang ’round these ghosts no more as they moan and wander and pace this ol’ floor. Don’t want to hang ’round ...