in an exuberant pseudorandom dance
that won’t repeat for centuries.»
I pulled red line duty and
people stepped on me as they crossed.»
of flat surfaces in the real world
until U feel better.»
I have good news and bad news.
The good news is that I have improved the format of some silliness posted on 2018-05-01, in response to a challenge with the word [line]. The improvements appear above, in response to a new challenge:
Line ~ Pic and a Word Challenge #240
The bad news is that the serious undercurrent in my silliness is even more topical than before. In so many high places in so many nations, fascists and their enablers have been stampeding across red lines. One of many recent examples in the USA is Donald Trump’s order that hospitals bypass the CDC and send COVID-19 data only to a database run by Trump loyalists. With predictable consequences.
After a rueful chuckle about how it feels to be a red line nowadays, we can get back to disinfecting surfaces and other little chores. Like saving constitutional democracy.
Remember in November.
4 thoughts on “Lines Plan Their Day”
That line you’ve drawn, from image, through verse to commentary, is anything but straight. But each builds on the power of the other.
And, yeah. Vote the bastards out!
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Thanks. Synergy between the verbal and the visual is something I often try to get.
That Trump was (at best) an enabler of fascists was apparent to many, even before his presidency began. The criminal misuse of military force in Portland OR (after this post was published) removes the last shred of any reasonable doubt that Trump himself is a hard-core fascist.