Wednesday, February 01, 2006

The sidewalk I understand too well

11 comments:

PDD said...

I don't see any flashers.

Bill Fitzgerald said...

Erin (if I may be so bold),

This is not a comment about this post but more about your blog and, more specifically, your Larry Brown essay. I started a blog last week, and my first post was something I wrote about Larry Brown shortly after he died. I did a search of Larry Brown on blogger and found your site and was delighted to find someone who enjoyed him so much and wrote so eloquently about him. I'd be interested in some brutally honest feedback about my blog when you have a chance.

Congratulations on your success!

The Velvet Fog said...

Ummm, Beavis?

DadGuy said...

I don't get it.

Is it that it looks straight but is really crooked?

=)

FLAMINGO1 said...

It just stops.

Melanhead said...

You're Jewish and are related to Shel Silverstein?

zanytwo said...

I don't think it does stop. It's the illusion that it does. I think it continues and someone covered it up. The question is why would someone want it to stop. It's like an overpass of ground & grass and the sidewalk travels underneath. With yet, not enough roomfor someone 'tall' to walk between the two. Who was the person to decide to end it there? Something to ponder......all is not as it seems.

Erin O'Brien said...

Flamingo's got it. The sidewalk just stops.

kellywalters said...

sometimes i just stop.. and then the person behind me bumps into me and I get in a massive fight.

I am good at fighting.

PDD said...

Roximoon,

It would be much easier and much more enjoyable if you were to just bend over and let that pedestrian have their way with you.

Make Love not War, I always say...

nicole said...

HAHAHA!!! I'm laughing at that Shel Silverstein comment!! Good one. :)