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Summer Solstice Sunflowers Wordplay

Sunflowers know the sun provides them with life.

They seem to have had an educa-sun (education).

https://phys.org/news/2016-05-sunflowers-track-sun.html

Will you be rising early to see the summer solstice, and following it across the sky during the day, like a sunflower does before opening?

I won’t! Maybe it’s because I’ve flowered and so stopped, as sunflowers do?

Heliotropism on Wikipedia.

How to argue with anti-white racists

This is comedy mixed with information, a British custom that’s been under attack by Multicultural Fascism for over two decades (parodying an article I saw on the BBC a while ago about how to argue with racists!):

European Colonialism – while I don’t like the bad stuff that happened, especially as a sun-worshipping ‘pagan’ myself – Europe had been attacked before the ‘great voyages of discovery’ 500 years ago:

e.g.
by Mongols from the east 800 years ago
by Arabs after Koran written 1300 years ago

So Europe was just doing what the rest of humanity has always done: travelled and warred.

Sunny Hot Day Poetry (Pronounced Poetray)

When blue sky thinking becomes blank canvas reality, on clear hot sunny days, work goes out the window, calling one to follow…
Sunny hot weather all day
frees mind from emergency
planning to experience before
clouds arrive and rain does pour!
The above are a couple more sunny hot weather poetic philosophy snippets, created to fit the Facebook format; which suits my ADHD creative spark: and why the epic magnum opus XaW Files: Beyond Humanity was such a marathon writing ordeal for me; mirroring the 202 episodes of X-Files at the time!
After some flooding in the UK in February, spring has been the sunniest and driest on record in many parts. I don’t know if it’s climate change, but I do know it coincided with the end of mistYmuse 2019/20; but don’t think that’s anything to do with it… although I did give the sun a lot of love during it!?

Holly Wallaby? Comforting Comedy for Celebrity Juice Holly Willoughby Fans

Holly Willoughby Celebrity Juice fans had some bad news this week, with HW pulling out of the show, putting it at risk of ending. This blog post provides similar humour, that I thought of before that news.

Introducing Holly Wallaby (Willoughby):

A combination of posting about Holly Willoughby and the Werewolf of Oz (WoO) ebook being free to download on Smashwords until the end of the month; and Frank Skinner reminding me of Shaggy, and how the real town of Humpty Doo in Australia became a combo of Humpty Dumpty and Scooby Doo in WoO inspired me to think of combining Willoughby and wallaby for Holly Wallaby!
WoO did of course star another hoochie coochie Holly: Miss Valance, who became Mrs. Candy that year (2012). The Wizard of Oz theme travellers encountered a Simpsons/South Park-style Holly Valance in the real town of Riddell’s Creek, inspiring the Best and Scrumptious Bubble and Squeak riddle storyline, previously posted on this very website.
Best of luck to them all, and I hope you enjoy the image/book if you hear of them!!

re. Movember: May Month-Hair Wordplay Treble

While I consider the Movember movement  a good cause, I don’t consider it sacrosanct (I also don’t hide the fact I had to look up the spelling for that; and wasn’t even thinking it properly!), and let it stand in the way of my creative wordplay genius: science doesn’t stop and rest on its laurels when it split the atom, but tries to go smaller and smaller, to quantum and infinity… and I managed to find a great (subjective bias I know!) wordplay ending to this blogpost!

You may be wondering how someone who is not an English language expert can also be an English language genius, but that would be more about you not understanding genius: sometimes to be a genius means knowing less about the subject, because if you’ve absorbed too much of the subject it’s harder to be yourself and original!

May Genius Month

When I cut off most of my winter ‘coat’ I kept the moustache, because it had reached below my chin, and I’d never had such a moustache before.

Then, thinking of Movember (November moustache), I thought it was a pity it was April, between March (Marchtache) and May (Maytache), so I kept it until this month!

Then a couple of days before I thought I had grown a bit of a mullet, and thought of Mayllet.

But it wasn’t until yesterday morning, and how my hair turned out, that I saw the Mohican, and thought of Mayhican.

So, like my spontaneous prose, sometimes genius is instantaneous, and sometimes it develops over time!

Will I finally get the recognition my genius deserves, or will I remain a TiT?

As for my May hair, there may be stubble ahead!.. https://youtu.be/gACCCmFKP80

Frank Skinner Poetry Podcast – Beats Next Week

Frank Skinner, one of my favourite comedians of the last thirty years, has started a poetry podcast (https://planetradio.co.uk/podcasts/frank-skinner-poetry-podcast/listen/2028768/) available on Planet Radio from the above link, where he also presents a classic rock radio show, also available on podcast there.

The poetry podcast is pretty serious, whereas the rock show is more humorous.

Next week’s episode (on Monday, tomorrow) is on the Beats, who were my biggest poetry inspirations – although for me it was more Jack Kerouac’s On The Road spontaneous prose American travel book.

Half Year Hair Personal Experiment

After yesterday’s blog had photos of me, a doctor of philosophy, at the start of October 2019, half a year later of not cutting hair or shaving over the coldest six months; and  self-isolating ‘beyond humanity‘ nearly all the time!; which included mistYmuse 2019/20, I looked like this:

Alien Origin – Shenel Document Revealed

Shenel – proposal for the naming of a word containing others within its two outer letters.
The name derives from combining (blending or portmanteau) the first three letters of shell and last three of kernel, as in nut. The beginning also, inadvertently on my conscious part, connotates femininity through the pronoun she; that retrospectively made me think the shenel words also resemble a pregnant female carrying a smaller entity. Introspectively, apologies to females if you think I should have thought about you before nuts!
As with most nuts and pregnancies, there is usually one within the outer, but sometimes there are twins, or more. Also, as there are classic shaped nuts, or wonky ones, the shenel can be a classic, such as a kernel word filling all the letters between the shell’s outer ones, or an imperfect one, like the wonky range of fruit and vegetables now featured in supermarkets.
Examples:
aLIEn
yOUTh
tRUTh
deFINITEly
I later researched my concise dictionary, like the PhD graduate I am, and found hundreds of examples.

Is it worth proceeding further? Are you interested in more shenels?

The Future is Fur-Free: Fungi February (Funguary?)

…to have been a mushroom coated in honey ale eaten by an angel –
agaric astronaut flying eternal
beautiful mind sweet dreams…

The above sweet words were fitted into a colourful post theme on my Facebook page, following on from the intentional self-parody (I think this kind of comedy is fun really, and funnier than cracking endless jokes, but that’s just me, and my fondness for sitcomery!):
‘I’m not a fun guy, more like fungi!:
cerebrity rather than celebrity!!:
since re-routing/rooting my cerebral cortex to the universal network via the world wide web!!!’

The above were inspired by this: Fungi history article.

It’s highlights for me were these words:“If you put fungi and green algae together in a liquid, after a couple of weeks, they’ll form some kind of [cooperative] relationship together,” Bonneville says. And this image:

Brain Chemicals Explanation for Introspection

Today I was inspired by a BBC film on the brain chemicals explanation why some people are intrinsically extrovert or introvert, linking back to my thoughts about me being more fungi than fun!:

‘Scientific brain chemicals explanation for extroversion and introversion makes sense: dopamine and acetylcholine. Society used to think extroverts could ‘be quiet’, and introverts ‘snap out of it’, but science says:
introverts overload easily on dopamine, soon needing a break to recover, and thrive on acetylcholine, which is triggered by focusing and concentrating, like while creating arts, making them feel relaxed, alert and content:
Acetylcholine barely registers with extroverts, who seek more and more dopamine!’

So, for those who think I’m ‘weird’, I’m just a probably more introvert than extrovert writer; enjoying my acetylcholine chemicals; writing about similar things to the BBC!

Moonday Poem for Pagans

Grilled tomato smoke
wafted greyer than air
as sunlight broke
through window to evoke
before Venus rose
a female soprano voice
emitted from the TV
triggering thought energy
in my brain synergy
the power of three…

to be remembered
half the day later
after seeing Venus
now bright in night
clear as day, as they did say
above new crescent moon.

27 Jan. The Moon returns to the evening sky and appears just 6o from brilliant Venus in the west after sunset. Today, the planet Neptune is less than 0.25 degrees north of Venus. If you have a telescope, try to see these two worlds in a single field of view. As January ends, Venus rises nearly 3.5 hours after the Sun and reaches well above the western horizon at sunset. Other than the Moon or Sun, it’s the brightest thing in the sky.

The Night Sky This Month

If you liked that poem you’ll probably love some in this: