But what if I don’t WANT to enter title here?

I’m running out of post title ideas.

Three days after promising more later, I’m sorry to say that all I have for you is another sloppily designed (at least graphics-wise) re-post. “Sticks and Stones” is back up under the poetry tab, and if it wasn’t so long I’d make another recitation video just because it’s fun to say out loud. You can recite it for yourself by jumping over here:


As has been the case lately, I used my art program not to draw anything, but to slap together something that’s vaguely reminiscent of the words. I spent a grand total of forty minutes on this one, folks, and that includes reading through the poem five or six more times to make sure I was pleased with the minutiae of my word-choice. I changed a few things around, as always, and can officially never read the poem again. If I did, it would be beyond my self-control to stop from pulling up Word to fuss with the “while”s, “and”s, and “but”s. Presumably God will not allow me to be tempted beyond my ability, but I’m going to go ahead and assume that “not looking at it” is the way he has provided for my escape.*

*1 Corinthians 10:13

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4 Responses to But what if I don’t WANT to enter title here?

  1. Your Local Friendly IT Guy says:

    Another re-post for the win. Or for more content. I’d wager both in this scenario. And now I find myself looking over that last sentence deciding how many possible commas I could add to it to make it sound right to me. Oh well.

    • Your Local Friendly IT Guy says:

      Also to follow that up… thanks for posting that again. I really like that poem.

      • A.L. Schultz says:

        You’re just trying to guilt me into replying to your comment. Don’t think I don’t see what you’re up to.

        (But seriously, thanks!)

        (But also seriously: it worked :P)

    • A.L. Schultz says:

      Meh, I understood what you meant. On the other hand, I see that you edited it, so you may have already fixed it. Did you make a bunch of sentences out of an overly complex single sentence?

      (Heinous! Personally I’d never do such a thing. Confusing, over-long sentences are a trademark.)

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