Daily Archives: 01/26/2012


‘Optimism’, Love, Beauty and Happy -- Though some Ode to Code be subjective. -- Lack of understanding -- Originates from perspective. -- Ignorance might be Bliss for Some -- While for others Bliss is working, -- Optimistically with Unrequited Love without pathologically Lurking in Soap Scum or eating a Mystical Happy Meal. -- Marvelous is How you Look. -- It matters not How you Feel. --  Fine.-- Thank You. -- Who was Howard Beale? -->>L.T.Rhyme


‘Nicknames’ whatever Nicholas wants to name though some translations are increasingly silly: Sarah/Sally; Teddy/Edward; Betty, Jack and Tilly -- Are they really nick's of names or GW's -- Dog -- Willy Nilly? -- Slick or Slim or Craze for Him -- Why should one simply concur? -- The simplification of Nicholas -- Not 'hypocoristic' in some view. -- Less formal sounding eloquence, -- fitting another shoe. -- "Lemonhead" on the other hand or a 'Newt' as an amphibious Salamander -- Mitt is for the Catcher -- From the Point we do meander. -- The Nicknames here presented would be Jonathon/Jon for Short or 'Shorty'? -- Dubious matcher. -->>L.T.Rhyme


(All architecture is great architecture after sunset; perhaps architecture is really a nocturnal art, like the art of fireworks.} - Chesterton, G. K. - Gilbert Chesterton (1874-1936) -- The 'Varlet' in the background of some political theater, has not the 'Mettle' to come forward since the 'Sybarite' is 'Loath' to be recognized by the 'Petri Douche' of Democracy and Democratic Change,  -- Where People Try to Rearrange -- At the Risk of being crushed -- By the 'Petri Douche' of the Military Industrial Complex 'Loath' to relinquish Power -- Though the Confluence is Strange -- Where the 'Sybarite' pays for the jacket, -- by the Hour -- Of  'Mettle' with untold Corporate Wealth -- While as yet remaining stealth -- with knee bands made of scarlet -- giving orders to some other Maid or Related Harlot,  -- Yet the 'Sybarite' remains the  'Varlet'. -->>L.T.Rhyme --"OOO-Oui"-->>J.J.Rousseau [ {Prayers are to men as dolls are to children. They are not without use and comfort, but it is not easy to take them very seriously.} - Samuel Butler, poet (1612-1680) ]