If Jane keeps up this "I am driving a wagon on fire" routine, I'll just take the summer off and play reader. It's a good look, being a bystander, a word we try not to preface with "innocent." (Who would that person be?)
Flows are still being written in my house, so I will share them.
“I do so know how to play the piano! When I get home I will play a song that will be very confusing to you.”
That's a battle rhyme; the next one is a free-floating hook. I've been encouraging the author to write verses to go with it:
"A big set of drums, ya know, ya know."
It repeats, often.Posted by Sasha at July 5, 2005 11:38 AM | TrackBack