Friday, March 11, 2005

A long story short 

My poem "A Parent's Wish" has been accepted in this ezine. Check out this wonderful site. You can see the poem here.

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woohoo! great job, rolly!
Thanks, transience.
A traditional Norfolk koan may assist:

Poodle parlour in Purley

A thin man with a toothbrush stuck up his nose
Walks into a poodle parlour in Purley.
The woman behind the counter looks at him.
The thin man with the toothbrush stuck up his nose looks back.
"What can I do for you, sir?" says the woman.
"I'd like to buy an industrial-strength toothbrush-remover, please."
"Show me your poodle."
"I don't run a poodle."
"Do you have a poodle which runs itself?"
"I don't believe in the existence of poodles."
"Then for both business and metaphysical reasons,
I must terminate this conversation."

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