Moon Song: The Movie. [Trailer]

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Moon: Not her again! She bought that camera to take close ups of me and she is so bad she has never taken a good one yet, even when I smile!

Clicking noises

House: Yikes! She caught me. What-ever do I look like? Stay very still behind me Moon, perhaps she will go away in a while.

Silence for a moment

Moon: Has she gone?

Her by the gate: How does this blooming thing work? I can’t see a thing!

Followed by hurried footsteps and a door shutting then silence at least from out here

House: She’s gone! You can come out now moon! Perhaps she’ll give up and we’ll never see her again!

to be continued [Ha Ha!]
Gill McGrath [2014 15 04] nawripomo 2014
A very bad rhyme (it sort of rhymes!) for a very bad photo

A: for alphabet sky

No car, so had to use the bus today.
Was able to stare at the yellow fields across the way…..
And as I sat
I promised me to walk there on another sunny day.
Perhaps.

Then I looked up and
Saw the sky, specially blue and clear and
Tiny little air planes  were busy painting there..
I watched a line become a kiss; an X against the blue !
So with promises of more shapes to come I……
Fiddled for my camera

But it wasn’t there!
So I missed the shot of an upside down V turning into an A!
Gill McGrath

Press link here for an A in the sky which was caught on camera
by
Alex Raphael

Philosophy that makes me feel better

The way to carry money……….
Here I am. I have just got back from shopping. I am sitting on the sofa looking at my stuff filled carrier bag. I am in a bit of a fizz, again. The bits I bought are safely in the bottom for sure, but I can only hope the paper money accrued on route ,thrown carelessly in, during frantic purchasing, is still there. I now realize once again that the couple of screwed empty ready salted crisp bags, I also acquired along the way, have unfolded themselves and  and are now floating around in the carrier, big time; and they may have pushed out  any of the  floating money in a flick during my various movements along route! So now I begin my ‘after shopping mantra’ a sort of prayer, about loose paper money which always float at some stage in the carrier bag I will be carrying, quite forgotten, during the various uncomfortable stages of travelling, that is until I get home………
Me:
It is good to carry money
In crumpled wads
In paper bags

….repeated three times during the process of emptying carrier bag.

And so my God gradually answers……..in gentle tones:

‘The best way I like to carry money, actually, is messily.
Crumpled wads.
A paper bag is good’*
Andy Warhol
[*Words by Andy Warhol are from the Philosophy of Andy Warhol 1975]

Feeling better already. Never actually lost anything in a carrier bag.  As far as I know.Gill McGrath©

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