There was a phrase in my head last night before I fellasleepintomypillowandmysubconsciouscameouttoplay.

Lost forever
in the mines
Not coming out
you can’t make me
I could squeeze my
head until the words
magically appear then
shoot out through my fingers
tapping the keys spelled on screen.

It’s just not going to happen.
Lost thoughts are not
going to be found
while listening
to the
crickets.
Get
up
and
go.

F
i
n
d
the
words
by living
minute by m
i n u t e s
t e p b
y s t e
p.

A train is coming
I can hear the horn
it must be a mile a
way from the crossing
that has no gates
arms barriers to stop
death by train
how many accidents
does it take for
a barrier to be
put in place?

I just got back from here then I wandered off to this site wondering how can I find the answer? It is called a railroad crossing.

Stop at the tracks and look
both ways twice before crossing.

A train could be coming from both directions.

It is not unusual on
a double track for one
train to cross while the
other is stopped on the tracks
as we sit in the car waiting
desperately to pee
Just wait,
there
is
n
o
t
h
i
n
g

y
o
u

c
a
n

d
o
.
YELLATTHETRAIN
SWEARATTHETRAIN
CRYFORMERCY’SSAKE
LETUSPASSWENEEDTO
GOTOTHELOO

Yeah, I said loo.
It’s funny when you
ask for a bathroom
in a different
culture and
they take you
to a room
with a
tub
and
no
t
o
i
l
e
t
.

Americans need to be more specific and less shy. My poor ex father in law asked for a water closet and got really funny stares from the waiter in a restaurant in our small town. Yes, a bathroom to me is a water closet to him and a toilet to others. The required device is a toilet with a sink in or out of the room, I’m not that picky, but I was raised to ask for the bathroom, not the restroom or the toilet or the facilities.

Added 2:04pm EST

*Toilet synonyms:
loo
lavatory
latrine
restroom
toilet
shower
washroom
powder room
water closet
WC*

Yes, this morning my blog has gone
down
the
d
r
a
i
n

Image: There is a rusted steel post sticking up in the middle of the path in the park. I looked down and saw only a deep dark hole. I wonder what creatures use it as shelter. Though if it leads to concrete, I would not think it is very safe for breathing creatures unless they can breathe under rain water. It is probably filled with spider webs and egg sacks, the perfect safe place for an arachnid.

6 thoughts on “I was thinking again. (Runaway, runaway…) edited

  1. My mother, my first day of kindergarten, taught me the very “proper” phrase, “May I please go to the lavatory?” I proudly used the sentence I had memorized when I really had to go, and the teacher laughed at me. I don’t remember, but I think she let me go to that place of many names.

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