The Fifty Cent Tour

Saturday, January 3, 2015

yards


Image via Magpie Tales 

put it on
out there
labels facing north
truth in the wind
catch the neighbors
spinning up yarns
then you strut
&
reel it on it

2015-Rene


16 comments:

  1. Ok I know you probably didn't write this literally as the picture suggests but this poem made me smile. All I could see was my big panties on the line. Your blog is wonderful. Cheers, Beckie

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  2. love this....to hell with the neighbors I say!! x

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  3. Sharp, well written and quite entertaining.

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  4. Oh yes they did, reel it in day after day!

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  5. I love
    labels facing north
    truth in the wind...
    You used to be able to tell much from your neighbor's clothesline. Too bad such practical things have gone out of style.

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  6. Ah.. yes there are always ways to deal with those neighbors ..

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  7. and to think some neighborhoods don't allow clothes lines...pooey on them! Very fun!

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  8. I love clotheslines and remember back in the Day when housewives vied to have their wash out sooner/brighter and whiter than anyone else's....LOL. I still love clotheslines but the shapeless stuff I hang out there would have been frowned on by those ladies!

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  9. Haha that was great and I understood every word...Kudos
    ZQ

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  10. Give 'em something to talk about. Good stuff.

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  11. Very entertaining. I had nosey neighbors that always seemed to be outside when my grandmother sent me to get the dry clothes off the line. lol

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  12. Loved your composition..label facing north..Hmmm

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  13. I enjoyed these memes , fluttering in the breeze .....!

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  14. Labels facing north...love it...this one might be my fave of yours to date...

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