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Mary’s obsession

Copyright Mary went  out shopping as usual on Saturday.She didn’t need much but liked to watch people  passing the Coffee Shop window and give a rating to their  appearance though the number of women in transparent beige leggings was rather  … Continue reading

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Of crypto-theological  progress

Of crypto-theological  progress Of humans rising from the humble worm Where is Evolution’s  grand success? Those who are imperfect cause distress Soon we want to murder the deformed Oh! crypto-theological  progress Evolution’s natural life works best Eugenics led to genocide … Continue reading

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Not a clerihew

I went to university to study mathematics The performance of my teachers was  boring not ecstatic So then I   went to London to earn a little money While living with my husband who as usual smelled of honey Then we … Continue reading

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A new name for Rosa?

It is a truth totally unacknowledged  by human beings that Professor of Linguistics and  Word Mismanagement Rosa Benchez hates her own name.It is for this reason, she is keen to get married.Unfortunately ,her only suitor is Charlie Blogge. the well known TV biology … Continue reading

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He said I can keep the box

  Mary was in the bijou teal coloured kitchen of her almost detached house making a jam sponge pudding when the doorbell rang.She wiped her hands on her new purple trousers because she didn’t want to dirty a clean towel. … Continue reading

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Against Rumination

  As Mary walked down the stairs on  Friday she felt her beautiful  skirt of many colours  slipping off her body and almost reaching the floor. Mary wondered if she had been losing weight but she could not see any … Continue reading

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We use fuzzy logic.

Annie Laughton, the neighbor of Mary Brown, widow of Stan , the  almost world famous logician, came out of her oak-panelled front door and paused in her double glazed white plastic porch deliberating over whether her teal color 7/8  length wool … Continue reading

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Stan and the nightie

Stan woke up later than usual owing to the comfort of   sleeping in his  dear wife’s soft cotton nightgown.He had slept better  despite the police calling to question him about a nude woman found wandering in the town centre. … Continue reading

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Lyra and the train

Stan was in the conservatory re-watering the cacti and sweeping the ceiling with a new broom.Mary his wife,[or so she claimed],was in the kitchen making cheese scones and bread for their afternoon tea.Their daughter Laura was taking a bath to wash all the blue raindrops from her hair.A peaceful … Continue reading

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Stan and Mary see a naked woman

After dinner Mary and Stan  often went for a longish walk.They liked to go to a road where the richer people  of Britain lived.,where there were some Georgian houses and one Tudor house. At dusk they would stroll by looking … Continue reading

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