Thursday, October 28, 2010

Verse and worse

Yes, you might shiver
At Brandywine River
But if you want more
Head for Arkansas


Luke Dockery said...


Glad that you're back in the blogging world!

And thanks for the shout out to my home state!

david mcmahon said...

Great to see you, Luke. I decided to return to blogging about 10 days ago .... afer more than a year away to concentrate on a novel.

Hilary said...

Welcome back!!!

david mcmahon said...

Thank you VERY much, Hilary.

It's been more than a year since I stopped blogging to concentrate on finishing a novel that had to be written!

Jinksy said...

Only ten days, eh? I was thinking I'd REALLY slipped up, not seeing you were back, but I have an excuse of misty windows for about the same time! No wonder you were invisible...

A river of brandy
could be rather dandy
for those afficted
who become addicted... too easily.

(Okay, any rhymer can have an off day!)

david mcmahon said...

Jinksy, a river of brandy would definitely be dandy - and no doubt would be over-run by real-estate developers!

CiCi said...

No drinking brandy in this little hippie house but I can see a river of brandy would help keep the beach goers mellow.

Ayak said...

Champagne river would be to my taste
I'd be off for a time to waste

(short and sweet...brain not functioning today!)

Unknown said...

LOL, I'm still trying to try to put your accent with "more" and "Arkansas" David! But I'm so glad you're back.


Welcome back, just found out your blogging again! :)

Eddie Bluelights said...

You've got me on this one David - must have used all my grey matter yesterday! LOL
Must be that I have fallen into the river of brandy and had a few mouth fulls