A NEW DAY- MARCH

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“Each new day is a blank page in the diary of your life. The secret of success is in turning that diary into the best story of who you possibly can be
― Douglas Pagels

  1. Stupid is when you spend 18 hours trying to drown a fish.

    2.A simple apology could fix a friendship that shouldn’t have ended in the first place. Don’t let your ego stop you from doing what’s right.

    3. Whoever said that nothing was impossible obviously never tried slamming a revolving door.

A Limerick A New Day

There once was a lass from Ragbag.
hit a snag, star-crossed hapless went on a jag Tag it , ,  grit strength  mind nonconformist  words to say    Rag bag
Peculiar , Unique,
 modest  toss panache  amusement, creative It’s  original
Tag Rag bag.  

2099, Year of A New Beginning
A Dystonian Plot
by Carbon Tax Supporters

Capitalism has destroyed the world as we know it. The year is 2099. Canada is a sold out place ruled by Canada Geese. Once glorious, the Chateau Lauier is now Haunted. Reasonable Leaders, The Next Generation is humanity’s only hope. Next finds the courage to start a secret revolutionary organization called Zip it.

The fight is jeopardized when Next is tricked by Bigots Greed, Fat White Men, and injures his Mouth Armed with brains and nets, Zip it try their best to save mankind, but can they defeat Ruthless Chinese and restore Chateau Lauier to its former glory?

Karen Russell graduated from Columbia University’s MFA program in 2006. Her stories have been featured in The Best American Short StoriesConjunctionsGrantaThe New YorkerOxford American, and Zoetrope. Her first book of short stories, St. Lucy’s Home for Girls Raised by Wolves, was published in September 2006. In November 2009, she was named a National Book Foundation “5 Under 35” honoree. In June 2010, she was named a New Yorker “20 Under 40” honoree. Her first novel, Swamplandia!, was tpublished in February 2011.

Karen Russell

lemon Grove Dracula wonderful, marvelous Speaking, sounding, displayingI felt peculiar Possession

Named a Best Book of the Year by:
The Boston Globe
O, The Oprah Magazine
Huffington Post
The A.V. ClubCub

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Lemon pie – A Didactic Cinquain

by Social Rag-Bag Network
Lemon pie
Tart, sour
Tango, frolicking, bouncing
Making the world go around
Meringue


The History Of Wigs
In ancient Egypt, both males and females wore wigs made either from human hair, sheep’s wool or vegetable fibers, depending upon their social status. There were a number of benefits for Egyptians from shaving their heads. First it was more comfortable in the hot Egyptian climate not to have hair. Secondly, a baldhead helped avoid the danger of an infestation of lice, which was a problem at that time. However, it appears that Egyptians preferred having “hair” which resulted in the creation of wigs that gave the appearance of hair undefined “Wild & Wacky Wigs”

The History Of Wigs


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