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Surreal Good Times

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As I’ve mentioned before, I love looking at the search engine terms that bring people to this blog. My readers use so many lovely and interesting phrases, I can’t resist turning them into another poem. If you have a blog or website, these search terms can be a source of found words for the exercise I describe in my Sandbox Challenge #6. Big thanks to you searchers for supplying me with phrases for this piece.

The only words I’ve added: I, I’m, on, my, and:

I paint love falling apart poems
on monkey writing paper,
collages with words and pictures:
black cat shadow images,
abstract gray waves,
rainbow drops on dancing hands.

I paint hair like autumn leaves,
rays of light striking metal sculptures,
hands with love writing on them.

I’m waiting for white flower movie curtains,
my joy growing.

I don’t exist, I’m just a part of your imagination.

By the way, the title of this post is another phrase that brought someone here.

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More on Search Engine Terms

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My favorite search engine term so far:

“How to make a monkey through typing” brought someone here today.

I’d like to know how to do that, too!

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