I love labels. What do the labels here mean - do they convey what the content carries? Here is some Sunday tattle...
Talking to myself: An attempt to confuse others about the confusion in one’s own head created out of the desperate need for clarity about the idea of confusion. Clear?
Quote uncoat: Wanting to add two-paise worth of crap to two-paise worth of crap. That is four paise, which is no currency and has no currency.
Trivial pursuit: Deconstructing little things that nobody cares about except the blogger because the blogger is a nitpicker.
Death: Something the blogger has no experience of yet writes about with much authority.
Rewind: As though the current output is not enough, blogger takes a time-machine to the past and gets all nostalgic about something that probably never happened.
Feedback: What the whole world considers spam, blogger believes is addressed to her. Does any sane person think a note that says, “You can make someone happy” is about their writing skills??
A very short conversation: Blogger is telling people she knows how to keep it short. And that people actually talk to her.
Doodles: An activity indulged in when the blogger does not have words. Mostly the doodles look like words fattened on air.
Ten poems: This has taught her discipline, to count, and the aesthetic appeal of squiggles to demarcate each poem, so that no one mistakes one for the other, which is quite possible given that she herself often does.
Critique: This is to tell people who might not realise it that she is being unkind, little knowing that no one expects her to be anything but unkind all the time.
Let’s not get too serious: Blogger is asking you to laugh even if you don’t find it funny.
Just wondering: Blogger does not know what is going on.
Musings: Watch ceiling, watch sky, watch clouds, watch sun, watch underconstruction building, watch walls, watch monitor. Write something. Call it musings because it sounds better than fly-swotting.