Medicated Lady Drills Uncle Tree



Please come and give the dear lady a piece of your mind.

Watch out for splinters.

12 thoughts on “Medicated Lady Drills Uncle Tree

  1. Uncle:
    I liked this post very much, thank you.
    I think the questions tha are done to you very interesting and well suited to your mins. Those questions lets you show your wise thoughts and share it with all of us.
    You are an incredible person and poet uncle a truly one of a kind one, and you along with him lady make a very good pair.

  2. Glad you liked it, Mariana. It’s me who needs to thank you!
    You’re one of a kind, too. Opposites do attract once in a while.
    Luvz and hugz, sweet niece!

  3. Thank you, Bryan! I see myself as more of a ‘wise guy’.

    If you do happen to see this…you know, I was about ready to quit
    this joint for more than one reason. Loria gave me a suggestion,
    and so I’ve written and posted a short, short non-fiction story. It’s sort of
    a day in the life of Uncle Tree. If you would be so kind as to give me your
    honest opinion, I’d surely appreciate it. I’m kinda bummin’ about it.

    Should I try more of the same? Stick to poetry? Or go home with
    my tail between my legs and call it good? I am confused, yes. And
    I don’t know which way is up, that’s all.

    I know you are a very busy person, and my hat’s off to you for all you
    seem to be able to do on any given day. I will patiently wait my turn.
    Even though your only half my age, you are one of my peers. I look
    up and admire you, your work, and your amazing courage. Kudos galore!

    Thank you ahead of time! Sincerely, UT

  4. Absolutely will check it out. But I can tell you right now – without even reading it – that you should not go home with your tail between your legs, or your limbs tucked in, or anything. Blogging can bring a strange pressure on a person. It’s one of the reasons I’ve modified my site a bit. You must remember you are under no obligation to anyone but yourself. But I can tell you from my own experience, it’s hard to think that way. You start thinking your audience expects certain things. But in truth, when I visit other sites, it’s for enjoyment and I’m happy to read whatever they post. Now if I could only make myself believe that about my own blog.

  5. Under no obligation is right, Bryan.
    My memory refuses to retain that thought.
    To “prove one’s self to the world” says nothing
    about a certain amount of time that keeps running out
    before I’ve had a chance to use it constructively, or for fun.

    I’ve tremendously enjoyed your site, your humor, and your willingness
    to make new friends and meet new people. You’re a cinch for success!
    Osmosis can be of the encouraging kind, and I’d like to thank you for that.

  6. Poets are shameless with their experiences: they exploit them.

    Friedrich Nietzsche – Beyond good and Evil

    Enjoyed the interview, especially the last part about being a “good” poet.

    The reason I couldn’t become a philosopher was simply because I stopped trusting the universality of any private, all-too-human thought.

    The reason I couldn’t become a scientist is simply because I discovered the relativity of all symbols and perceptions.

    The reason I can’t become a devout Christian is simply because I would dearly miss all the other religions’ gods.

    The reason I became a “poet” is simply because my insanities and contradictions, my nihilism, despair and ecstasies all felt at home under one heading: poetry.

  7. I’m really glad you liked it, Pablo!
    Thanks for chiming in with a few smart answers yourself. I ‘get’ them.

    Poet, scientist, philosopher, Christian…they’re just professional titles to
    fill our profound need to label and categorize every damn thing.

    Keep on doing what your doing, Pablo, creating. You’re honest,
    and that makes you genuine in whatever genre you choose. Cheerz!

  8. Uncle Tree drilled and exposed! Whoever would have thunk it?? Nice interview. 😉 Best Wishes, Cassie

  9. Well, yes. Loria asked, so I could hardly refuse.
    She may be pleasantly surprised to see that someone
    came to her site and checked out a rather old post.

    I’m glad you think I passed the test. 🙂 Thank you!

  10. I think your site exists in an alternate dimension of space-time. Every time I visit there I never know if I’m looking at an old or a new post. I am drawn there by mysterious forces! 🙂

  11. “Does anybody really know what time it is?” Chicago
    He-he, Cassie. May the Force continue to effect you!

    Cheerz! The odd man out, Uncle Tree 🙂

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