Wednesday, May 30, 2018

A Critical Production With Little Suction!

Don't you hate those low suction things? We run away like we have wings. But low suction makes it take forever. Nah, we won't be tackling the vacuum with today's endeavor. Although they do have as much hot air and they sure can blare.

Ode to the critic.
Hands so arthritic.
Life so dull.
That they produce null.

That would be nil.
Their cup they can't fill.
Half empty or full,
Has absolutely no pull.

Professional is their name.
Critiquing is their game.
They sit and watch,
Searching for every botch.

Then away they go.
They yap or type a flow.
Professional that is.
For they are a whiz.

Ode to the critic,
Who are kinda parasitic.
Without those to create,
They'd have an empty plate.

Like a worm to a dog?
Maybe to a hog?
That is quite the image.
They may need worm pills after scrimmage.

Scrimmage to and fro.
Off a watching they go.
It is the professional way.
Pick apart others on display.

Create nothing at all.
Just follow the bouncing ball.
Those who can't do,
Critic the day through?

Or would that be night?
Maybe watch on a flight.
Could now give spite.
But that's all right.

Ode to the critic.
Sure not analytic.
A professional parasitic.
Was this to psychoanalytic?

Have you ever noticed that? It was just thought of by the cat. Critics mostly only critic away. They produce nothing else at their bay. Yet they are professional at it? Umm how did they get that bit? Give two thumbs up and suddenly you're good to go? Damned if I know. I think I'd rather create and give sass. It is much more fun for my little rhyming ass.

Experience spring, have a fling.

49 comments:

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    1. Got it back again
      Not without pain!

      Hank

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    2. Regain you did
      With the #1 bid

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    3. I give this #1 a 6.89 out of 12.85

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    4. 50-50 chances still worth bidding

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    5. I woke up late
      Such was my fate

      Congrats Hank

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    6. haha odds a plenty at hand
      There in the land

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  2. Sometimes I feel I#m producing "Nothing" as life is very hard to cope with of late. But I do like to blog and meet all my blogging buddies.
    Thanks for a wonderful read Pat.

    Yvonne.

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  3. Critical Production with little Suction
    Nothing to help but just a distraction
    Away they go
    No big blow
    Good to survive & no obvious reactions

    Hank

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    1. Survival may be key
      As they spread their umm glee

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  4. I think the ending critique in the movie Ratatouille said it best.

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    1. Yep, that sure said it best indeed
      As it took seed

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  5. as a non-professional critic, my words are air...poof

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  6. It's so easy to be critical of the critics, we've been practicing!

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  7. Notice how that’s what news has become?
    Journalism 101 has come undone

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    1. Sure is lost
      Most of anything has been tossed

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  8. I get the most humor out of overweight middle aged men, sitting on the couch, critiquing sports figures. Ha.

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    1. haha yeah, they break a sweat walking to the loo
      But still critique a time or two

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  9. Critics say it is bad
    Many listen, how sad.
    Sometimes they are right
    But most can be a blight.
    I prefer my own critique.
    Ugh, it is really a mystique.

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    1. Own is the best
      Then can see if it passes the test

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  10. Don't take much stock
    in movie or book critics
    disagree with lots they say
    would rather interpret those things my way

    betty

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    1. My way is the way
      Then can take in the display

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  11. No statue has ever been erected for a critic. And with good reason.

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    1. Yep, nothing to be had
      As they go on about a fad

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  12. I've never paid much attention to critics.

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  13. orlin N cassie......

    faaaaaaaaaaa...sum one just walked down de hall.. knot de bozz tho... N now we canna rememburr what we waz gonna say...oh yea......de food servizz gurlz place oh employ sux...sorree ta bee sew criticalz
    !!!!~~ ☺☺♥♥

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    1. haha the fgs needs a new spot
      Doesn't sound so hot

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  14. Hm. I was going to write a lengthy comment about what I liked and disliked about this post, but thought better of it.

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    1. But to some that was lengthy of you
      You wrote over 11 times a "Great Post" that some leave in view

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    2. Haha Cat is playing with you
      I will give you a clue
      Word count...

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    3. Ahhhh, I think I have it now! Thanks, True! Mine was a lengthy comment if judged relative to the phrase "Great Post," which is two words. My comment's word count was (2 x 11) + 1. Did I get it?

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    4. haha there you go
      Caught on to my math flow
      Hey, accountant brain pops in sometimes
      Beats mimes

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    5. Haha he figured it out with a clue from True

      I get it about the accountant brain...

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    6. haha that you do
      With it at your work zoo

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  15. Everyone's a critic these days.

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  16. Can't worry about critics- you can't make everyone happy. :)

    ~Jess

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  17. Everyone has an opinion. Those lucky few just figure out a way to get paid for being jerks while the rest of us have to do it for free.

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    1. Yeah, stuck doing it for free
      So sucks to be we lol

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  18. Not keen on critics
    Some can be fair
    Most bug me greatly
    As they spew from their lair

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