Monday, April 27, 2015

Today At My Sea We Be Worry Free!

So W could go many a way. Could blab on about wheat at my bay. But I'll save that for another day. Another day may not come you say? The reason for the W post at play. For the a to z Worry joins the fray.

Worry about time.
Worry about grime.
Worry about money.
Your day's no longer sunny.

Worry turns to stress.
Life's just a mess.
Worry about stressing.
Stress gets a new dressing.

Now you're dressed to worry,
At the drop of a snow flurry.
No matter what comes due,
Worrying becomes you.

Worry about rain.
Worry about pain.
Worry about the norm,
Worry takes a new form.

Worry dressed as stress,
Leaves life more than a mess.
In comes the disease,
Making you weak in the knees.

Worry turned to health.
Now health and wealth.
Worry screwed you over,
Like a leg humping rover.

Worry about all life.
Worry about all strife.
Worry about death.
Worry with each breath.

Trapped in a maze,
A worrisome gaze.
Nothing left to do,
But worry the day through.

Worry about air.
Worry about nothing rare.
Worries are the trend.
Worries are at an end.

Death becomes you.
Way early it comes due.
Worried into a grave.
The path you pave.

Did I worry you today? Are you worried at your bay? I'm worried I may worry the worried people into worrying more. Nah, not really worried about that at my shore. Why bother worrying about useless crap? Do you want to be a dead early chap? Screw worrying, just give sass. It works for my non worrying little rhyming ass.

Experience spring, have a fling.

119 comments:

  1. HELLO CAT!
    Guess who's back on your mat?
    Hank's been on a roll
    As ten was a goal
    Still don't feel great
    So I'm a bit late

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    1. Nice to have you back
      Blue up on deck

      Hank

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    2. From coast to coast
      No worries as I boast!

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    3. Yipppeee
      For mee

      Did the blue guy see
      The new header where he is under a tree? lmao
      The cat rubbed it in
      What a sin

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    4. It looks great
      Nothing there to hate haha

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    5. If I had a real money tree
      I'd share with thee

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    6. Thanks... same here
      But still no dough, I fear

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    7. Nope, none at my hall
      After tomorrow it shall even more fall

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    8. Say it ain't so
      Flip 'm the birdo

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    9. Flip I will
      As I take my last bill

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    10. Why do they suck
      And don't bring you luck..

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    11. Luck is fake
      So none I take

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    12. Does it melt like a snowflake?
      Does it taste like my cake?

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    13. That it might
      It could bite

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    1. Almost there
      Blue guy ruined it at my lair

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    2. Hi Lauren!

      No, I just raised the stakes
      There will be plenty of breaks

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    3. A break you say?
      Pffft the cat doesn't have them at his bay

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    4. Breaks meaning no number ones for me
      As I need to work at my sea
      Haha you thought I would have many a break
      Maybe if I jumped in a lake

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    5. You need to work?
      Can't you fire the jerk?

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    6. I could fire myself
      And pretend I'm a rich elf

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    7. Might end up on the street
      Left in defeat

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  3. Worrying about tomorrow robs you of today's joy.

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    1. Yep, that is what comes due
      When being a worry wart at ones zoo

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  4. Worried into the grave. Now that's the truth.
    Why worry? Most of it will never happen anyway.

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    1. Yeah, most of it is just ones head
      Causing them such dread

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  5. "No matter what comes due"
    Worry may well force on you
    Unnecessary stress
    Avoid it be blessed
    Get on in life not missing a cue

    Hank

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    1. Get on indeed
      Much better way to be at ones feed

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  6. Worry is of little concern in the end

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    1. In the end one is dead
      Can't worry when worms are being fed

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  7. What a worrisome post! :) The kids and I just did morning reading over cereal. Little man chose 'There's a Boat on my Goat.' He likes that one. The picture of the boy trying to push the goat off the boat w/his bottom makes him laugh. ;)

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    1. haha glad that one is fun
      Got another one almost done
      There's a dog in my frog
      It involves a log

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  8. Worry is the name of the game
    Won't matter, it'll all be the same
    What is it that you really fear
    Why ya all cry'n in the beer
    Will worrying really get the job done
    No, big silly, go have some fun

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    1. Yep, never gonna do a thing
      But at stress and forgo a fling
      Although if one tells you not to wrap it
      I'd worry quite a bit lol

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  9. Why worry about something out of your control OR why worry about something that may never happen.
    Great verse Pat.
    Yvonne.

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    1. Yep, no need to bother with that
      As they are usually flat

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  10. I sometimes worry about my son never being worried! I've got problems.

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    1. lol well the first step is admitting it
      Now you can worry less a bit

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  11. I'm just worried that I'm not going to leave a clever comment. Or that I'm going to hit send way before I'm even finis

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    1. Damn, your worries were realized today
      Whatever will you do at your bay?

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  12. You can flat write a spell. I can't even think that hard that long.
    Well, I just won't worry about it. ;=) Take care. I know X and Z are probably rolling off the tip of your tongue.

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    1. I can write whatever pops in
      X and Z both came off easily at my bin

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  13. I hate worry and stress as much as I hate a leg-humping rover.

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    1. lol the rover just wanted loving though
      And he just wants to show

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  14. Hubby keeps telling me not to worry about things I have no control over. But ... hey, I do worry so well!

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    1. lol why stop what you do well
      Even if it does cause hell

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  15. We do tend to worry a lot. I'm worried that I'll miss that wheat post.

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    1. lol I just make fun of the wheat nuts a bit
      As always at my pit

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  16. Worry is a time waster and yet I do it!!

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  17. I worry that I worry too much!

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    1. Geez, you're screwed
      With a worry attitude lol

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  18. "Worry screwed you over,
    Like a leg humping rover."
    Some of these lines
    Describe my whine!

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    1. You get leg humped at your sea?
      Geez, that should make you worry lol

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  19. Sage words, Pat! I'm worrying a lot less these days which is a very good thing! Loved this metaphore/simile:
    "Worry screwed you over,
    Like a leg humping rover."
    LOL ~ Probably wouldn't use it in my third grade writing class though!
    Have a good one!

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    1. Makes me nuts how I always spell metaphor wrong! Aggravating ~ not worrying!

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    2. Aggravating is a whole other thing
      Yeah, might want to avoid the humping in any classroom wing lol

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  20. With worry we forget
    to stop and smell the clover.
    Or, hmm, better yet
    get rid of that leg humping rover.

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    1. Or at least get rover the snip
      With a vet trip

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  21. It's not good to worry all the time
    You've gotta sleep
    And need to rhyme
    Hard to rhyme with worry, though
    It's easier to rhyme with woe.

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    1. You can get and just go for the y
      Making the e sound on the fly
      Then it can go with me
      Sea, tree or glee
      Blurry, furry and scurry work
      Bill Murray could be a perk

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  22. Worrying about everything and anything is such a worry!

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    1. A worry wart takes form
      If that is the norm

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  23. The biggest worrying I did was when The Spawn was born. Worried when she had a high fever as a baby, worried about how she'd cope with school, worried when she learned to drive and worried on her first date. I was pathetic on her first date. Now keep in mind, she was 21 when she had her first date and by 11:00 I was pacing the floor and mad as hell at the boy for not having her home at a decent hour. Thankfully she was home by 11:30 and that boy turned out to be my future Son-In-Law. All that worry for nothing.

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    1. lol geez, still worrying for her at 21
      But then lots of weirdos are out there under the sun
      She waited as long to "date" as me
      And I guess worrying has a new perspective with kids at ones sea

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  24. All my worries are about my children for the most part. Nothing I can do about that except exercise and eat right, hope to offset the terrible things stress does to you.

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    1. Hopefully that works out indeed
      Off setting can help at ones feed

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  25. Worry never helped a thing!
    It's only stress that it brings.
    Makes you sick and gives you wrinkles.
    Makes you so nervous you have to tinkle.
    lmao....

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    1. lol As long as you get to the loo
      Before the tinkling comes due

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  26. I worry about things all the time.

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    1. A worry wart you say
      There at your bay

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  27. You have an extremely healthy attitude, Pat.
    Worrying less is a constant work in progress for me.

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    1. Being crazy helps with it
      More than a bit

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  28. Is it a coincidence that you used blab and worry in the same sentence?? I think not...haha

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    1. lol some mind screwing there
      Keeping your worry wart self aware

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  29. I must admit I am a worrier here
    about everything under the sun
    I know better not to do so
    if I didn't worry, I think I'd have more fun

    betty

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    1. More fun is the way
      Can bring a brighter day

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  30. There's always something to worry about over at TiC. But we manage to have some fun mixed in there too!

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    1. Fun mixed in helps with the worry crap
      Over on your side of the map

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  31. Worry doesn't do much,
    Except send you into a rut!
    However even though you know it only makes your head sore,
    It's certainly still hard to ignore!

    (my worse rhyme ever. also, I like the new graphic of the cats laying!)

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    1. lol hey, it rhyme
      Even if a little off timed
      Worry will sure bring a rut
      7 new headers at my hut

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  32. This could be me. I worry way more than I should. I am trying, like the honey badger, to just not give a shit.
    Sometimes I succeed. Other times, not so much.

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    1. Not giving a shit is a good way
      To have a very nice day

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  33. I certainly worry more than I should. I'm sure it's doing me no good. ~Liz http://www.lizbrownleepoet.com

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  34. I've learned that worrying just turns your hair gray.
    So live life the best you can, in your own way.

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    1. Already got a bit of that
      But none of the cat

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  35. Wow! this is a poignant poem that really spoke to me. You have an amazing way with words and rhyming. Your poem told the story of my life. I live day to day suffering from worry, stress, anxiety and sometimes panic. You are right, it will lead to an early grave and I must find a non prescription way to get a hold of it. I don't want a doctor to just put me on anti-anxiety meds, I want to learn how to deal with stress so that it doesn't consume me and rob me of my sunny days.

    Thanks for this.

    Melissa Sugar
    Twitter: @msugar13
    sugarlaw13@live.com
    http://fictiontoolbox.blogspot.com

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    1. Act crazy as can be
      It sure works for me lol
      Those meds can screw one too
      Damned either way at ones zoo

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  36. orlin N cassie...

    ewe due noe that wheat doez knot worree bout a thing....sew it wuz a good eye dea knot ta menshun wheat in de worree post....that way noe one can take outta context what de worree iz bout wheat ta start with sinz itz troo lee worre free



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    1. lol wheat glad you are worry free
      There at your sea

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  37. I think it's human nature to worry--but it really doesn't accomplish anything. It just adds stress to our lives.

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    1. Yep, just adds to the pile
      Stretching a good mile

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    1. A little song you wrote
      Sing it note for note

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  39. Why worry, it gets you nowhere in the end

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    1. Might get you nowhere faster though
      As in the ground you go

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  40. My life you just described in a nutshell
    Time for me to go relax for a spell...

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    1. Need to relax
      Just adds another tax

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  41. Another header just popped up..I think I've seen six so far..

    Why does this come to mind, Don't worry be happy...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3o0ExGXfs2o

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  42. I try not to worry, but sometimes it comes in a flurry. I've been worried about money at work, and this weekend I was sick like a jerk. So now I'm just going to chill and not swallow the worry pill. Whatever will be will be and it will work out, usually.

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    1. Yeah things have a way
      Of working themselves out come what may

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  43. Don't worry be happy. Or so the song says. I try not to worry as it's usually it turns out whatever I was worrying about wasn't that big of a deal to begin with.

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    1. Yep, that is what I find to be the way
      So stop worrying and get on with my day

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  44. Thanks for the heads up on the popups. I don't know how to get rid of them (or where they came from) but I'm trying to find out.

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    1. It is weird at your sea
      They only pop up when I go to leave a comment for thee

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  45. I try not to worry
    But sometimes can't help it
    It sure doesn't change things
    Not one little bit

    Men seem to worry less
    Women usually more
    Wish I could put worries in a room
    And loudly slam the door!

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    1. lol maybe slam a door
      And then they'll be gone forever more
      Or just for the day
      As you slam the stress away

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  46. I have to admit
    I am a worry wart, dam it.
    I worry about things 5 years in advance
    and can put me into a stupid trance.
    My mom always said it is no good
    so I try my best...knock wood

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    1. Things can change a ton
      Five years around the sun
      So why worry about that
      Says this rhyming dingbat

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  47. One could spend one's whole day worrying
    wasting time instead of scurrying!

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    1. Scurrying is more fun
      As around one can run

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  48. Stress can make you really sick. I do everything to stay away from stress that I can.

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    1. Yep, stress is bad
      Way more than a tad

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