Michael Edwards



Fly in the ointment – more difficult than air.


Lend me your ears – you can have them back tomorrow.


Hear a pin drop – hear a pin drop what?


Heart in your mouth – swallow quick.


  • Goldfinch60

    Pardon! I can't hear you!!


  • orchidee

    Good write and pic M.
    And how can we wear our heart on our sleeve?!

    • Michael Edwards

      it's easy - just button your lip and do it parrot fashion.

    • orchidee

      Eight to go, to your 1,000 poems - rattling on towards it!

      • Michael Edwards

        You made me check up - yes nearly there - must write some serious stuff.

      • dusk arising

        Oh no! I was dreading this for,... yesterday i did not put off till tomorrow that which i wished i had waited for today.

        Yours are more thought out than mine by far.

        • Michael Edwards

          Ah yes but tomorrow will be yesterday the day after whilst yesterday today was tomorrow - simples.

        • ANGELA & BRIAN

          ANGELA here (Clinic @ 2pm) Good Mit Vok Uncle MIKE! Love the cartoon! I know what your mean I have been accosted from a CAR (BMW !) while walking in London ! I was offered ยฃ50 ! I declined and gave Him a Gideon New Testament but not my Phone Number I was 25. He thanksd me - smiled & crawled on! Only Gentlemen drive BMWs?
          My fave is No 2. The famous Speech by Marc Anthony after the assassination of JC by Btutus et Al ! It behoves us all to listen more - especially the MINISTER for EDUCATION!

          Blessings & Peace to You & Yours
          Love Angela - Brian - Smokey ๐Ÿงก๐Ÿ’™๐ŸคŽ

          • Michael Edwards

            No one's ever accosted me and I don't drive a BMW. And at my age ..........!
            Yes we should all listen - especially the Minister for Education (Frank Spencer?) who seems quite out of hos depth.

          • MendedFences27

            Someone once told me, "It was so quiet you could hear a mouse drop." I guess that's mixing idioms, though. Your 4 gave me a laugh. Liked Marc Antony"s line best, "Lend me you ears - You can have them back tomorrow." Plunk it into Will's play and it is a Monty Python skit. Still laughing.... - Phil A.

            • Michael Edwards

              Love the idea of mixing idioms might hacve a go - thanks for the inspiration Phil. And thanks for the comment.

            • L. B. Mek

              'Hear a pin drop โ€“ hear a pin drop what?'

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