So, one of the things I bought at the CSTS charity auction this past weekend was a set of Firefly ‘fridge poetry magnets’ – a huge set of little phrases and words that could be stuck on any suitable surface and rearranged together. I thought that I’d chronicles a few of my adventures in fridge magnet poetry here.
First – here’s the fridge, with all the magnets loaded up onto it. Please excuse the stains.
And here’s my first real stab at a poem, at the top:
In case you can’t read it, here’s the poem:
pain is scary terrifying space monkeys assassin
mine is an evil laugh kinda horrific morbid & creepifyin’ downright unsettlin’
people don’t like to be meddled with because you’re pretty petty thief sad little kind of a sad little hill
vasty nothingness tragic space dementia nothing here is what it seems some people juggle geese into the black
please God make me a stone