Dotty Senryus On My Horrendous Near Death Experience Yesterday

 

Did I Or Didn’t I?

 

The pale horse galloped

but not in my direction,

at least not last night.

 

But maybe it did!

Maybe this IS death – a mad

continuation,

 

a seamless sequel,

infinite persistence of

being what I am.

 

Here’s a question – if

death is the colour of truth,

what shade is the lie?

 

 

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52 Comments

  1. Dear Dotty,
    What IS the shade of a lie? Chartreuse?
    Love,
    -the howler and me

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  2. Madame Weebles

     /  May 30, 2012

    Beautiful!

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  3. Dorothy

     /  May 30, 2012

    Dear Dotty,

    The truth is no lie exists and therefore no shade of it exists either. For in death there exists neither there is only what is. Now does that make sense or does that make a headache? HAHAHAHAHAHAHA.

    Love Dorothy

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  4. What is the point of dying if it’s just a continuation? Deep thoughts.

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  5. yeltnuh

     /  May 30, 2012

    How did you know I love bricks?!

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  6. Dear Dotty,

    For a mental person, you write lovely poetry! And if this is death, I’m glad you can still blog about it! 8-)

    Love,

    Judith

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  7. kzackuslheureux

     /  May 30, 2012

    Dear Dotty,
    What is the colour of death? I’d guess the colour of a lie to be “pain” if following this order, or “clear” if using colours…. even the little white lies :)
    Love, Alphabet

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  8. Great, now I am going to be running around all day trying to say ‘seamless sequel’ 5 times fast. Thanks.

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  9. Oh, and bloody brilliant, by the way.

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  10. Dear Dotty,

    I’ve been doing my thing….looking around on other people’s blogs.

    Commenting. Cuz I don’t want to seem to self-absorbed. And there are some fun blogs out there.

    And, can I say, I am seriously considering only commenting on your posts from here on out.
    I don’t think anybody else in the Blogging World gets me…or my little Comments. Well, I think Roly does too. It’s only you and Roly.

    I’m like a little kid running home after her first day in a new school.
    Can I have a Diet Coke? It’s been a long day. Already.
    In serious appreciation of your Dottyness,
    Lis xoxo

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    • Dear Lisa,

      Sit down, here’s a Diet Coke. And a Cumberland sausage sandwich. And a couple of Hobnobs.

      Don’t stop commenting on people’s stuff, if they don’t get you that’s their problem, the next one might. And there’s always me to come back to. :-)

      Love Dotty xxx

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  11. P.S. Jemima just made me laugh. Again. Her little roving eyes crack me up. For real.

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  12. Very deep. Perhaps we’re all dead.

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  13. Dear Dotty,
    “…or seen the ravens black as night upon the windswept sky.” ~Pogues
    That’s what color.
    Love,
    Magic

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  14. Tory party blue?

    D xx

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    • Dear Dave,

      Huh. Fuckers.

      Love Dotty xxx

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      • Fuckers is too nice a word for them :)

        D xx

      • Dear Dave,
        :-)

        Love Dotty xxx

      • Madam, I used to teach the history of swear words at college – honest. It went down well with the little fuckers…

        But they still came back the next week.

        D xx

      • Dear Dave,

        Of course they’d return. :-)

        Love Dotty xxx

      • Then other lecturers complained I was making the kids ‘unteachable’ :)
        This was in the engineering dept – I taught them English, general studies and communications – because most of the staff just read out of books for the students to copy down. Of course that isn’t teaching, but most staff didn’t care much about service and refrigeration engineers.
        One lives and learns or doesn’t ;)

        Madam, I live and remain etc.

        D xx

      • Dear Dave,

        INFIDELS. Swearing is good for the soul and the mental bits inside your head.

        Love Dotty xxx

      • :) It’s a very fruitful area of research…

        As always

        D xx

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