Hold the Door, Sir

This month’s tabletop has been left dripping with electricity-

Cutting corners with blunt scissors thinking, They are sharp.”

8 responses to Hold the Door, Sir

  1. Hold the door, sir,
    She cried, her heart racing,
    (she thought every man handsome when she was potted)
    I have fallen and cannot reach the gin!
    Frankly, madam, he replied, you are as obvious as….

      • Jessie Martinovic – Author

        You words have been truly uplifting this morning, so thank you.

        I believe to be born into a family of storytellers, my dad is the best at them, except he now tells the same ones over and again with minimal word change. Just gorgeous. This year his template is ‘When I next get re-incarnated …’ an example ‘When I next get re-incarnated I’m going to come back as a financial planner’

    • Jessie Martinovic – Author

      Sometimes the response is most wonderful in minimal of. I do still feel those responses, the unseen, they’re usually the most powerful

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