18.12.38

Two eggs.

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11 Responses to 18.12.38

  1. Zamboge says:

    Zen and the art of diary entry. The ‘two eggs’ entries initially irritated me – but now – after many weeks – they are having a calming effect. Perhaps because – to me – they represent a good day for Eric.

  2. One thing’s for sure. If I ever make it to Morocco, I’m not going to ever be able to order breakfast without thinking of old George.

  3. Ed Webb says:

    Soft cadence of days;
    (Necessities punctuate)
    The shadows lengthen

  4. dave says:

    This guy must have been a knockout at the annual office Christmas party…..

  5. Steve says:

    I’m standing by my prediction of four eggs by the first of the year.

  6. David says:

    I actually like these posts more than the longer ones.

  7. AM1 says:

    I agree, Zamboge. I find it very reassuring to log on in the morning and read “Two eggs.” It’s bizarre, but it *is* calming.

  8. “You can’t make an omelette without putting 20 million people in the Gulag” – Stalin.

  9. ken says:

    I agree with AM1 and Zamboge. There’s something very meditative and reassuring about starting the day by thinking about “Two eggs.” What else is there? It’s like a poem.

    So much depends
    upon

    a red wheel
    barrow

    glazed with rain
    water

    beside the white
    chickens

    and their white
    eggs

    On another note, it’s interesting that the first rebellion against the pigs in Animal Farm breaks out over the number of eggs.

  10. Steve says:

    And the chickens are the first victims of animal-on-animal violence, aren’t they?

  11. Hector says:

    Poor George. Scrambled in Morocco.

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