Monday, April 27, 2015

Mayhem Prompts 003

Mayhem Prompts 003


27-Apr 23:06

1651 You're never alone with a Strand
1652 Not even slightly naked
1653 It is important that you hear my voice
1654 At night, in Mayfair
1655 Father Maloney

1656 Letter from Bengal
1657 A Flax Hacker from Washbrew Lane
1658 700 Loaves
1659 I would prefer to be beautiful
1660 Something is moving in there

1661 We live in ruins, as quietly as we can
1663 Thomas McLintock's Will
1664 My Angry Shadow
1665 Afterwards, we would not speak on Sundays

1666 Her favourite word was "undulate"
1667 A sky ablaze, a wind on fire
1668 USK
1669 Have you seen this already?
1670 Big Jim Potato 

1671 In Praise of Pyjamas
1672 The Distance Between Friends
1673 The third and fourth child are sub-standard, the fifth defective
1674 Window Shopping, Babycham, back for 11.
1675 That'll Be the Day

Sunday, April 26, 2015

Mayhem Prompts 002

Mayhem Prompts 002
26-Apr 23:13

1626 Bathsheba Evans and the boy Jenkins
1627 The C-Word
1628 I am feeling a little queer
1629 Green Glass
1630 Three years we waited, always on our guard

1631 It's because you live in a council-house and eat margarine
1632 Various wild creatures
1633 I didn't know they were my friends
1634 Any old iron?
1635 We grow old, we grow old

1636 In the spaces between seconds
1638 The fire-escape clangs with boot-falls
1639 The wives of Senghennydd
1640 HOVIS

1641 From the hill I saw a slated tenement
1642 They have come a long way to die
1643 Mountbatten's Boys
1644 Run it under a cold tap, love

1646 Folded flags and white gloves
1647 Spectacles, Testicles, Wallet & Watch
1648 Cheese and Conversation
1649 And for their sins, a fine, twenty-four pounds
1650 The echoes of old love

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Mayhem Prompts 001  

26-April, 08:38 Sunday 

1601 Muesli, with a sprinkle of gunpowder
1602 To stand alone, quiet, barefoot on grass, listening to a warm, fat night
1603 When the world was two-thirds red
1604 Treacle
1605 Deserts, mountains, bloated rivers

1606 The first time, blue snow
1607 If the sea was impossible, if daylight burned us
1608 China, Australia
1609 The sadness of discarded clothes
1610 Now, after a storm, while the world is fat and electric

1611 Jane Cliche and Alex Stock
1612 Basalt, Granite
1613 To be swept up into the magnificence
1614 Whatever is in wind, it isn't joy
1615 Tragedies become footnotes

1616 There is something about islands
1617 Colander
1618 No truth is hidden
1619 The happiness behind the painted smile
1620 Take advantage of our half-price offer

1621 You wore red, always red, and the world was monochrome
1622 There is tangential love or you can have sets
1623 Cauliflower
1624 The first time you fell down, you laughed
1625 Storms always subside