trample yon flowers
thine fine dandy cat
as thy aim to pounce
and seize the day…
to thine carefree, cute,
and most unsuspecting prey.
hidden by both
dense camouflage and leaves
a band of rain causes
the mood to change…
thine ransom absconds
by both magic and luck
and a slightly uncovered
(Ahem. I blame poetic licence)
Just a quick PowerPoint creation inspired by this week’s Super Blue Blood Moon. Other than that I have no clue!
Feel the energy!
Debbie’s theme for One Word Sunday this week is Lines.
I’ve gone for a more obscure angle for my interpretation this week, lines of people! Although there are quite a few other lines within these photos, which were taken in Egypt during the 1990s…
Visit Debbie’s site for more interpretations of the theme.
Six words. How hard is it?
Six simple little words to use.
Six words for a simple post.
Just six. Six. Six, six six!
I can’t just find those words.
These posts about nothing are tricky!
A baffled post for Six Word Saturday.
Even the photo doesn’t link in!
I don’t know what’s happened with the ‘world’s favourite search engine’ of late, but it has, in my humble opinion, become a trifle rubbish.
I think of somebody who I haven’t seen for many a year, and just do a quick ol’ search of their name and notice in the returned results that their surname has been struck through with the word ‘missing’ added. The same with their first name… but I have many results returned for, say, tables made out of oak, which had absolutely nothing to do with what I was searching for in the first place. If I’d have known that I was going to get rubbish back, I’d rather have saved my time than searching in the first place.
Mutter. Grumble. Gripe.
I read recently that this is because ‘they’ don’t just want to do a straightforward search, but want to do a ‘conversational’ search instead. For me, that’s pointless too. If I want to search for something, I just want to search for it, and not bother knowing what the search engine is doing that evening, or how the weather is in their part of the world.
If there’s nothing listed for what I search for, I’d rather just be told that and nothing else… I can then try a different approach.
Is that too much to ask for in this day and age?
(By the way, I wouldn’t mind as much if the results were humorous… but tables made out of oak???!!!)
(By the way again, all names have been redacted / extracted / removed from this post just so they do not appear in any search results. Although they probably wouldn’t have anyway!)
(And by the way – if you or any search engines out there are interested, it was a wonderfully gorgeous Spring Day today. Absolutely fabulous!)