October the Twenty-First is Dark

October 21, 2015 12:04pm Published by Jules Smith in The Art Philosopher 10 Comments

October Dark and light: Inspired by the ‘two sentence’ horror stories I have decided to embark on a similar theme but mixing it up with one day of dark and menacing suggestion and the next of light and cheerful. Monday – Friday snippets from your Art Philosopher until All Hallows’ Eve is over…

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the lumberjack was getting on in years and forgetting what he had done the night before. top of the morning and he and his wife are at their breakfast nook, he’s reading the paper, she’s nursing a Starbucks toasted graham latte.

wife: please don’t do the Monty Python skit again.
lumberjack: this isn’t a laughing matter, Ma, there’s a sleepwalking lumberjack terrorizing the village!…*)

He likes to press wild flowers and wear women’s clothes!

Some of these stories need to continue. *)

Ooh! Dun, dun, dun! Someone is going to die…

Bwahahahahahahahaha! Lol

https://youtu.be/QyPsQAXnd6M

There is an old, dark, nursery rhyme:

Lizzy Borden had an axe,
Gave her mother forty whacks.

When she saw what she had done,
Gave her father forty-one.

Ooh- errr….Lizzie Borden, you wicked wench. I’m going to have to analyse this video in depth.

I’m sorry for being so out of it but…so…are all these photos yours or have they been complied from other sources?

That’s OK. I don’t expect anyone to comment on something I’m posting everyday; God that would be a nightmare.

Yes, they are all my own photographs.

Another tree cops it. At this rate there’ll be none left for me to climb.

I’m re planting them all for you in my jungle!

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