26 thoughts on “basil is no clown

    1. saynotoclowns says:

      Oh my gosh, you are so generous! Thank you!
      And I was just going to write to you…was just chatting with your friend Davy D about your ‘back side of the night’…Charles invited me to join in. Anyway, I was re reading a poem from a couple months ago I could rework to fit it, but wondered if mostly pre written is okay?


      1. S Francis says:

        There are no rules on the backside of night! LOL.

        I was just floored reading your Nick Cave post, this is why taking the time to read the back catalogs matters so much. Thank you.

        AND I was trying to work my way back to a very thoughtful comment you wrote that I didn’t respond to, which is a big foul in my book.

        Alas… reprocess, rework, renew, recycle, reuse, repeat, go for it on the backside of night!

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  1. Davy D says:

    Back to the beginning Vanessa and this was where the blogging adventure began. It all becomes clear now. Is that a donkey or an ass? Was it a rat or a hamster?

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    1. saynotoclowns says:

      Ah yes, the million dollar questions in life.
      I am happy to say that he was most definitely a donkey. I love donkeys. He was beautiful, and wise and sweet and patient. And obviously photogenic. And I am so intrigued by the story of Jesus riding into Jerusalem on one as well. Look at the humble profundity in its eyes πŸ™‚ Well, if this were a better photo you would see it.
      haha thanks so much for visiting this spot Davy!

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          1. Davy D says:

            I agree Vanessa, I think working through the back posts gives you more insight into the soul and journeys of the writers / poets. I am thinking of doing a “hanging out with” series on Thursdays on my favourite blogs along the lines of the one I did with Mr. S. Everyone gets a free T Shirt. Would you be up for a feature one week?

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