Like an oboe singing as I pray

Precisely when we fell in love’s unclear
I knew your humour and  your eager ways
I  can’t imagine  when you were not dear

The deeper is the love, the more the fear
That one  must go, the other one must  stay
Exactly when we fell in love’s unclear

All alone, it is your voice I hear
Like an oboe singing as I pray
I  can’t imagine  when you were not dear

I see you in the room I know you’re here
I must not look, or I shall have to pay
Exactly when we fell in love’s unclear

I see your head  lean onto mine so near
From my reverie I must not stray
I  can’t imagine  when you were not dear

As we ambled, wandered on  our way
I did not know the ending of our Play
Precisely when we fell in love’s unclear
From this world’s creation, you were dear

 

 

The waistland

The Waistland by T S Telescope
The Long Waist of Time by W H Audacity
A Waste of Honey by A, Jung-Lady 
Look Whinger on this Hire Land Now by  A.Writespeare
A Good Figure Brooks No Waste by Colbert Arnstein

Where is the my waist. doctor ?
I can’t feel anything
Neither can I.

You are too  fat
It’s for when Brexit happens
You can live off it?
In more than one way.
I see, you are a mathematician
How did you guess?
Did you not study Probability?
Probably.
It’s hard to discern the meaning here, or is  it my grammar?
Don’t be afraid to have more than two   possibilities
How many is ideal?
Three
Is that the Trinity
A Trinity
This theology is getting me down
Nearer the ground where the worms and beetles live
Is  that good?
Probably
I see a photon
You can’t see them but do you see with them?
I wish I could buy some
They are not spectacles, you know
Well,  are they fireworks?
Or Watches for the Blind  and Radios for the Dead
Do you mean deaf?
Pardon?

Strange things I’ve done over the years

Lincoln - Battlements of Lincoln cathedral - The Green Guide Michelin

 

I fell to the ground when I saw  through a hotel window,Lincoln Cathedral floodlit at Easter rime
And also when I saw a Picasso drawing.
Put elastoplast on a broken tooth [ no use]
Cut my sister’s hair so short, it looked like she had nits.I was trying to get both sides even and we didn’t go to  a hairdresser
Went to the public library twice a day [ as a child]
Stopped correcting a colleague’s lack of  absolute  precision in his maths lectures in fronr of the students
Wore a skirt I bought for 6d [2.5  pence in modern money] to go out for dinner.
I got it in a jumble sale
Lacking knowledge of how to dress wore dresses miles to big for me to go out with my boyfriends on the principle, if you can get into it, then it’s ok.I had no idea of sizing etc as
my mother made our clothes.I was so thin that almost everything was too big
including a horrible grey men’s duffelcoat [very warm]
Went to church daily to tell God I hated him.No answer!Gave up
Climbed up a cliff like structure near Ilkley and could not get down.A kind man helped me
Asked my mother if I could go to University when I was five ….

A bit more grammar

Dirac portrait (1)

Should have vs Should of

This is traditional grammar but as time goes by grammar changes a little
I should think so!

Should have vs Should of