Wednesday, June 6, 2018

Hey Diddle Diddle The Fingers Shall Fiddle!


 Now don't stutter.
We didn't go gutter.
If you want to diddle,
You weren't looking for a riddle.

Instead you fiddle.
Fiddle and diddle.
A fiddling diddler?
Beats a diddling piddler.

Where am I going?
The ideas are a flowing.
I'm in the knowing.
Reap and stowing.

Or would that be sow?
Damned if I know.
Actually I do.
One plus one is two.

Blah, it's math.
Could suffer wrath.
Should I fiddle?
Stuck in the middle.

Should or should not.
No middle to the plot.
A rhyming Yoda.
I hate soda.

Would it be pop?
I better stop,
Could cause a fiddle.
From side to middle.

Or middle to side.
A one handed ride.
Oh, this sounds dirty.
Now don't get flirty.

I've been done.
Done and spun.
But not quite.
Change light to light.

Umm..what?
I've become a nut.
Time to go take a piddle.
I'm done with this fiddle. 



Do you fiddle with things even when they don't need fiddling? Wouldn't you rather be diddling? Comes a point when the fiddling must go and what you write must show. Getting it out there is the way. Then you can fiddle with the next display. Or go and piddle or diddle. Have to exercise that middle. Okay, I'm through with fiddling with this pass. I'll now go fiddle, not really, with my little rhyming ass.

Experience spring, have a fling.

72 comments:

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    1. Good Morning Hank!
      You are some quick
      With the click

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    2. Good morning True
      Luckless sometimes I found
      Been stifled many times before by Blue
      But will be around

      Hank

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    3. Around you go
      No Blue in tow

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  2. Oh I'm a fiddler alright, even if they don't need to be fiddled with.
    Wonderful verse Pat as always.

    Yvonne.

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  3. I'll admit it - I fiddle trying to make it even better.
    I've lived all over, so soda, pop, and soda pop all work for me.

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    1. Fiddle to get the win
      Can do one in
      But can increase too
      Pop comes due first at our zoo

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  4. I fiddle with words
    I know it sounds absurd
    Should I post or wait
    what is my poems fate...
    Should I share
    would anyone care
    baring my soul
    as a story is told...

    Yes, I fiddle
    with a riddle

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    1. Fiddle to see
      Fiddle to do
      Branches on a tree
      Spread out from you

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  5. I can fiddle without carrying a tune. Easy to piddle to avoid the big project

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    1. Just make sure no one sees
      People get mad when there she pees lol

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  6. Fiddling is a way of life
    With or without violin or fife
    Make it better with no strife
    And make joy ever rife

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  7. I don't have time to fiddle. I don't even have time to do it wrong in the first place.

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  8. I've never met a sentence I didn't want to edit and have to be careful.

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    1. Can sure go down the rabbit hole
      With the editing stroll

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  9. I have to be careful with fiddling or I will make it a career.

    Just wanted to mention that I'm not ignoring your posts. For months now I am having problems commenting on them. The only device I can comment with is my phone and that's difficult for my hands. I'm also having issues with commenting on Lee's at Tossing it out. Hopefully I'll get it figured out.

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    1. Don't want it a career indeed
      Get that once in a while at many a feed

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  10. To fiddle or to violin?
    Eh, to nap. I'll take that one for the win.

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  11. Sometimes I fiddle too much with my revised work!! Just let it go...

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  12. I don't fiddle here
    no time to do so
    I fear

    betty

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  13. I don't fiddle
    or diddle. haha.
    And it's pop here.
    No soda anywhere.

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    1. Soda sure isn't had about
      Seems pop wins out
      No diddle?
      Geez, a monk type riddle?

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  14. Yes, I fiddle. You're such a kiddle.
    You're so smart. Poems are art.
    Indeed we fiddle with the words in our heart.
    JQ Rose

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    1. Fiddle and see
      Or fiddle and saw
      What comes to be
      Could be perfect or raw

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  15. Set this track down right
    it could be a rapper's delight
    wait did I just pay
    the cat kudos today?
    Gotta give credit where credit is due
    and today that's at the evil cat's zoo

    Elsie

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    1. Did the world end?
      The cat may get many hairballs if this is a trend lol

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  16. I really enjoyed your second verse! Fiddling diddler!

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  17. Yep, if it ain't broke...break it!

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  18. I often fiddle and faff!
    Like it just so, should learn to let go!

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  19. The trick is in knowing when it's time to stop fiddling. It's practically a compulsion, and not nearly as much fun as diddling.

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    1. Nope, diddling is sure more fun
      At least with the right someone haha

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  20. A little rethinking or revising is fine, and sometimes necessary. But there comes a time when something is, if not perfect, at least as good as it's ever gonna get. When you reach that point, leave it the hell alone.

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    1. Yep, pull the hell back
      And let it go at one's shack

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  21. I fiddle with my phone a lot. It tends to like to be handled because when I do, it actually does things like make calls or send texts. Once in a while it spits up a hairball and give me some email, too.

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    1. Damn, who knew a phone was such a umm attention umm rhymes with door
      It wants your fingers to explore

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  22. If it ain't broke, don't fix it.

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  23. Yeah, I tend to fiddle, but that's usually because I feel like it's not quite right yet.

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    1. That feeling could stay
      All through the day

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  24. I'd rather violin

    okay so maybe that's not a verb

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  25. Nice rhyming with fiddle and diddle. Got my head twiddle :-)

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  26. Yes, I fiddle with my writing too much. That makes my writing new pages even slower.

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  27. Hey Diddle Diddle The Fingers Shall Fiddle!
    Trying best to stay relevant in the saddle
    Works sometimes
    Not all the time
    Not to be overwhelmed and left in a muddle

    Hank

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    1. Staying whelmed is the way
      No over or under at play

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  28. What kind of nut? This is important...

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    1. That it could be
      Maybe a mixture from a tree

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  29. "Comes a point when the fiddling must go and what you write must show."
    That's the bottom line for sure, if you ever hope to make some dough.

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    1. lol and even then
      You may get pennies at your den

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  30. I'm not sure what diddling means.
    So maybe I'll just stay with my fiddling.

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  31. I don't fiddle or diddle. Who has time for such nonsense?

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    1. Sure not we
      At least in that way at our sea

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  32. Well, fiddle dee dee
    I don't touch it, you see.
    it would only get worse if I fiddle
    I leave it to my hubby who likes to fiddle diddle

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