Posts Tagged ‘rhetorical questions

04
Apr
16

flowers (and rhetorical questions)

what  becomes of the broken-hearted?

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how can we be lovers if we can’t be friends?

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where is the love?

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how do i live without you?

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what’s love got to do with it?

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how can you mend a broken heart?

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wouldn’t it be nice?

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who do you think you are?

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who’s zoomin’ who?

 

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11
Jul
12

roses (and rhetorical questions)

1. why didn’t i have my camera with me this morning on the dog walk when the sunrise was so spectacularly ‘maxfield parrish‘-ish?

2. why am i such a nervous nelly this morning? my spidey-senses are all a-tingle.

3. what does’ his ‘knock-on-the-door‘ dream mean?

4. what is a whiter shade of pale?

5. why am i not rich, wealthy, comfortably well-off?

09
May
12

does this road make me look fat?

<beginning of rant>

where is everyone? you’d think in the middle of the afternoon of an absolutely exquisite day there would be people out walking with a pet, or not, but out. isn’t that why we choose to live here, because the weather is so fucking perfect? (yes, i said ‘fucking’, cover your ears if it offends you.) this is also not unlike my incomprehension of why people here drive with their windows all rolled up, their car sealed like a coffin, even when it’s as glorious a day as this one. is it their hair they’re afraid of messing up with the fresh air blowing through, the smell of the ocean, the lushness of the greensward’s grassy scent the final note? what could be more wonderful than that? <end of rant>




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