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Notes Found On The Refrigerator March 2014

02 Mar

I find my depression by calling myself the witness.

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 It is time to re-discover …and scrap what I have invented.

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“I did not make all things. I AM all things. Cursing what is made is futile and disparaging. Things are fine, they just need to be put in the right place.” scribbled by a pencil across a terrible “act”.

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pick up or point out

Ah, here comes the picker;

that poor bastard is unconscious.

 

If he sees something out of place he straightens it right out.

If it’s his, he puts it back in his pocket. If it’s not

he puts it back from were it fell from.

 

Or, may consider its current placement

for another day. Not anally, just clearing his path

putting things away.

 

Usually behind him, is another unconscious bastard

looking about and enjoying the sights.

Hands clutched to a dustpan and broom

 

hunting and finding faux pas,

preferably on shiny un-carpeted floors,

under the bed, and behind opened doors.

 

 

they will always “AHA!” …to the picker, often in terse tone,

extending their hands in laziness, except for one finger, pointing it out;

handing over the resolution, expecting a bow and a “thank God” he follows you about.

  

When you become responsible for yourself,

 you are  freed to appreciate the picker

 and the other bastard I suppose.

   

 

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4 responses to “Notes Found On The Refrigerator March 2014

  1. Brian Miller

    March 2, 2014 at 1:01 pm

    ha. ina world where few take any responsibility for themselves or any thing…we could probably stand to have a few more pickers willing to do what it takes to make things right or put them in their place….

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  2. Sherry Blue Sky

    March 2, 2014 at 1:28 pm

    Intriguing, the picker, the unconscious bastard, the putting back of things……I like “I find my depression by calling myself the witness.” I relate. I try not to witness too clearly:) It does get depressing! Thank Goddess for dimmed vision. Smiles. Happy Sunday, kiddo!

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  3. dsnake1

    March 3, 2014 at 10:54 am

    i can understand why you called the picker a poor bastard, but the pointer?
    there are more pointers than pickers in life, aren’t there?
    amazing notes you have! 🙂

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  4. M.Z

    March 3, 2014 at 1:40 pm

    Great notes you have there! Very inspiring to read!

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