Wednesday, February 6, 2019

The Forgotten Thing Has A Fling!


Out we go.
In we come.
Both in tow.
A familiar drum.

Things stay in.
Things stay out.
Lose to win.
Win to shout.

Lost in out.
Lost in mind.
What's that about?
What a find.

Something created.
Something found.
Stand quite elated.
Stand quite profound.

Forgot to do.
Forgot to say.
Both hold true.
Both have sway.

Used an old.
Old became new.
A tale to be told.
A new work in view.

New from old.
That took place.
So stand bold.
No need to pace.

Pace the mind.
Let it stop.
Now you find.
Now you top.

Top of the heap.
Top of the pile.
That same kinda leap.
So turn that dial.

Forgotten at last.
Remembered at play.
A thing of the past.
A future type way.


Did you think I forgot which pic to use? That would probably amuse. Nope, just showing that even forgetting can get things done. Or pretend forgetting with my run. So you forget at your sea. So you remember later what had to come to be. Don't fret in the middle. Get in there and fiddle. Or maybe just diddle. Hey, never said which middle. Do you forget and then fret for hours on end? That isn't a good trend. We'll continue on with each pass. So much better for my little rhyming ass.

Enjoy your winter, smash a printer.

73 comments:

  1. Very amusing Pat I musr say.
    Who could forget what day it is today.

    Enjoyed the read as always.
    Yvonne.

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  2. If I forget, it often stays forgotten a very long time...

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    1. Sometimes that may be a perk
      Others not so much at one's work

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  3. Glad to know that forgetting can be good. Sometimes since I have been taking care of my mom who lives in independent living near me I feel like forget has become my middle name.

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    1. haha original it may be
      As I forgot takes hold of thee

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  4. Bad memories are best forgotten. Forgetting to upload a book for release, not good!

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    1. Nope, not good one bit
      Could make many hiss and spit

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  5. No worries. When I forget something, my kids remind me. They're so helpful.

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    1. Keep you on your toes
      Even if it is about woes

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  6. We are all in on that lost mind thing!

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    1. Lost and never coming back
      At least there is no flack

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  7. Forgetting gets worse each passing year
    I’m growing old but trying not to fear

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  8. The Forgotten Thing Has A Fling!
    It can be some important thing
    It does occur
    Makes one blur
    To tie the finger with a string

    Hank

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  9. As long as I don't forget who I am
    I'll take it all a a gain
    if I forget the little things of life
    maybe that will keep me sane

    betty

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  10. I came up with an absolutely brilliant, funny comment... but I've forgotten it.

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  11. As I get older I get more forgetful!

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  12. I've sent a few late birthday cards on purpose because I liked the 'Oops, I forgot your birthday' cards.

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  13. Forgetting is a habit I've picked up lately. I'm getting used to it, but it seems to annoy my family.

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    1. Annoy it may
      But get it done at the end of the day

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  14. Forgetting is the name of the game here most days. My mom always told me I'd forget my head if it wasn't attached to my body.

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    1. Could go in the lost and found
      That may astound

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  15. I don’t forget, I just have a selective memory...
    Haha..

    I hope you had a good day!

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  16. I forget to do and forget to say
    just about every day
    over at my bay.
    I don't worry though
    it usually comes to my show
    over at my sea
    where things can come to be.


    Elsie

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    1. Out it comes
      It's own drums
      Maybe too late
      But such is fate

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  17. I managed to forget IWSG Day last month:)

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    1. haha wondered why you didn't post for it
      When it was lit

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  18. Forget something? ME...? Maybe. (If I did, I forgot...)

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    1. Forgotten forget for you
      Could be a hit title at your zoo

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  19. The first thing I noticed was the old IWSG pic. lol I'd have to hunt through the photos saved to my Blogger account to find that one.

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    1. That is where the cat got it
      As we went with this bit

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  20. Getting better at that as I get older. No sense worrying about what is or isn't done.

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  21. I forget quite a Bit
    I feel like quite the twit.
    Forgot some keys, third time now
    I just think, “holy cow!”

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  22. I good reminder to stop fretting about forgetting ;)

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  23. Forgetting is my middle name.
    I forget where I put this.
    I forget where I put that.
    Usually I find things right where I put them.

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  24. smash a printer or delete what needs forgetting...

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  25. Smash a printer! Haven't we all longed to do that at times! Congrats on your latest release. I really must get to reading and reviewing in 2019 but I've hardly been at home, been busy traveling in Vietnam, lucky me.

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    1. Travel away
      Smash em all at the end of the day

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  26. half forgotten but not gone
    hate when memory takes that tone
    late to the party
    you can't be the smarty

    Congrats on new release.

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    1. Late can be a good fate
      Avoid the annoying mate

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  27. Truly enjoyed the rhythm of this and word choices!

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  28. How many times have I gotten up to do something, did ten things, but not the one I originally got up to do. Yeah, no memory here! :)

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    1. haha we've all been there
      Then some just swear

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  29. I have a good excuse. I am old, so I am allowed to forget. Sorry we are so late. Building a house for some feral cats.

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    1. haha old age wins the day
      Hopefully it is going good building at your bay

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