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Sleep to Live, Live to Sleep!


Inspired by yesterday’s post, I’ve rebranded myself from Running Wolf to Sleeping Koala.
I’m totally rebelling against rock’s anti-sleep agenda (such as Bon Jovi’s Sleep When I’m Dead and Motorhead’s No Sleep Til Hammersmith); although Faster Pussycat’s Wake Me When It’s Over sounds acceptable!

The above reminded me of another similar Facebook post, and I think the two of them together qualify for a blog post, although my conscientiousness (spelt correctly first time!) does somewhat contradict the sleepy apathy theme!

a-path-y: example of my new shenel (shell-kernel) words within words concept.
apathy: only way for me, or encouraged by society?.. at least it keeps me relatively free… like Janis Joplin and Bobby McGee!
Ironically, that society-induced apathy (for my poor ol’ white creativity) makes me not bother to follow the shenel path; or maybe its Jimmy Carr making fun of Susie Dent’s word books on (UK TV’s) 8 out of 10 Cats Does Countdown!?

Thanks to whoever read my work on Smashwords recently; the beyond sleepyapathyness of this blog post is dedicated to you!

I’ll end this blog (in concert mode now!) with a sleep adapted song; by adapting Lesley Gore’s It’s My Party (and I’ll)… [change cry to SLEEP; alternatively, keeping both for cry to sleep!]…(if I want to…):