Thursday, December 20, 2007


My candor is my armor
and though the shine is gone
it’s shielding when you’re wielding
that pitted sword you’ve drawn
so go ahead and whack away
your dullness keeps the edge at bay.

***Hi all! Well back here I talked about a sharp blade, but today encountered quite the opposite. Unfortunately I was reminded how a quick clean cut is usually less painful. Oh well, can't wait to see who takes a swipe tomorrow.***


Dan said...

Bob, hope your wounds heal quickly :-) Proper battle etiquette calls for a well honed blade; else they may as well use a club!

ozymandiaz said...

Ah, to suffer the slings and arrows...
Like I always say
"sticks and stones may break my bones so please don't hit me with them."

Bubba said...

..."or take arms against a sea of troubles and by opposing, end them..."

The glory is not in the weapons, but in the fight. May your battle last a thousand years.

Happy holidays, Bob

rch said...

a round of grog to you my fellow warriors c[] c[] c[]

drink up men, tonight we dine in hell!!

Have a great holiday you three