Bristletap’s shelf (entrusted to Applecap)

An item that once belonged to Applecap: A carved penguin made of coal.It was a gift from my Grandmother.I lost it.It was found. Five other items on the shelf: A carved wooden duck made of burnt wood.A feather from the Complicated Owl.A drawing of a ghost.A hat from the wedding where the bride never appeared.AContinue reading “Bristletap’s shelf (entrusted to Applecap)”

Candlehum’s shelf (entrusted to Holyviolet)

An item that once belonged to Holyviolet There’s a white paper bag with a familiar orange, pink and brown logo in fat letters on the front. It’s a surprise to see it on his shelf, as last I’d seen the bag, Socrates was very carefully fastening it to his belt, so he could enjoy theContinue reading “Candlehum’s shelf (entrusted to Holyviolet)”

Holyviolet’s Shelf

Holyviolet has also been entrusted with Candlehum’s shelf. A Constellation The Flying Squirrel constellation, in memory of Candlehum, friend to flora and fauna everywhere, no matter how small, meek or ugly. A Night Falls poem Friends, warm appreciationcompany invitingidyllic and welcomeAll the friendsincredulous jazzy stageabsent comfortable winebooks haveeatenhungry? ComeThe baked goods, savory and sweet anyContinue reading “Holyviolet’s Shelf”

SilentHanger’s shelf

This Alongame saying Always kiss the rival, unless a wet goose is strangely counted by song. Turns out, certain wise’uns count in song, and if you peck them on the cheek, soggy geese’ll peck you in turn. A butterfly, bound to an empty space now-tilled, which makes this sound whenever anyone is near: A photoContinue reading “SilentHanger’s shelf”