X is a vowel

Brad’s grand hand stands
land Brad slap bang
back flap jack dang
glad farm gang sang.

All that clap trap
lap map famglam…
ha ha ha man,
what a wank man.

Alphabank mana card
cash gland shall
banana away and
banana way stay.

Bad Brad, bad lad,
black ban rad as
past last fast trap
cab sav tan’d

ran as satan
fractal wantan
nama black Australian Mulga
oh oops! Appalling…

my other real vowels
slip in.
What man can
resist those six plus one

temptations? Ay?

This that is the original inspriration for that aboveness. With much thanks to Val for providing the central vowel with all of its smileyness.

The following this

is superfluous insofar as I rediscovered it in the process and with that, I would like to wish you all a happy new year filled with smiley things and with reasons and strength to give meaning to the violent things.


(karma karma wang dang)

About Brad

Braden Karl Frederiksen still has the small wooden treasure chest that his evil Grandmother gave him for his 8th Christmas. He can't recall how old he was when he locked the key inside nor how he locked it in there. He occasionally gives it a rattle and wonders what's making that other sound. View all posts by Brad

4 responses to “X is a vowel

  • valbrussell

    I agree, X is a vowel when used in the context of an inky written kiss. It is also a railway crossing, and a mark by those who cannot sign their names. It is not however an oreo cookie. Thanks for the link up Brad. :)

  • marianasoffer

    Quite a particular post, I liked it, it seems to emanate from freedom. I really enjoy the poem, is cool. I wish you a happy new year, take care M

  • bindo

    This really made me laugh..
    Happy New Year Mate…
    May all the best come your way


  • Brad

    Thank you Val and Mariana and Leigh! Happinesses of the New Year to you. I am undecided about whether happiness and writing addiction can co-exist but there is an excellent quote on tipota’s blog which may hold the keys between them. Cheers :)

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