Saturday, 20 July 2013

The Sunday Posts 2013/ Batty

The baby bat
Screamed out in fright,
'Turn on the dark,
I'm afraid of the light.'      

Shel Silverstein
Photo by Alistair.


Rebecca S. said...

Teehee :) You know I'm a Silverstein fan!

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari OM
what a cutie verse!

Now, stretching myself a bit - is this the same lonely bridge from a couple of weeks past? Gorgeously reframed, dear fellow! Keep the week smiling. YAM xx

Alistair said...

Rebecca - I know. This un's a doozy eh-no? Hahahaha! Don't be working too hard now the festival's over!

Yamini - Made me smile too!

Give that girl a prize! It's the bridge at Belhaven Bay, Dunbar. The very same one that crops up repeatedly across the blog. I just love it.

This was taken a couple of nights ago at sunset. {as if you can't tell} I really like it and have it as my screen saver now.

You have a good week too chum! said...

Another perfect pairing, Alistair! I'm a big Shel Silverstein fan.

Twisted Scottish Bastard said...

Sorry Alistair, I'd prefer something like:

The baby bat
screamed out in fright,
"Turn on ..."

as you smash it to a pulp with an electrified tennis racquet for being a rabies-carrying intruder.

Come on, you'll be feeding pigeons next.

Alistair said...

Oh. My. God. There's a blast from the past. How the heck have you been? Have they brainwashed you yet? {That's a joke - from the comment nothing will change you. Thanks for some stability in this world.}

Welcome back you grumpy sod!

rushes off to check dashboard for any posts on yours.....

Twisted Scottish Bastard said...

Thank you Alistair, it's nice to be appreciated.

I had to return the reservoir of bile was threatening to overflow.

Indigo Roth said...

Deeply silly, but reeking of Wisdom.

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