The Road to Fishland

Front yard zebra is on the same road as Biscuit Scaly-wag. The Road to Fishland. Biscuit Scaly-wag merely wheel-chair dummy viewed front on; from behind and with elements across road, wheel-chair dummy becomes Biscuit Scaly-wag. Necessary cap locks. Front yard zebra becomes Paramedic, if the striped fiberglass form is shot from behind. It is also considered trespassing. A matter of perspective.

They (the striped counterparts) happen to be on the same side, the left side of the road. The difference being, front yard zebra is before Fishland turn off, and Biscuit Scaly-wag, just after. Flowers for six dollars fence directly adjacent front yard zebra, on the other side of the road, a couple hundred meters.

At cross roads to Fishland road is Home of Tomatoes and tomato-seller George; reflecting the House of Tomatoes, across the road, now sterile in terms of tomato produce. Further down this road; The Tomato Road (not The road to Fishland road) the baptist church hosts inspirational wordsmith forms for the delight of passer-by’s. Currently boasting quotes from the actual devil.

‘Warm is his love for sinners. Hot is is hatred for sin’

The official starting point to Road to Fishland, was The Spare Room, until the new neighboring oxymoron -Up in Frames- did some damage. The new starting point is Crystal Wave. A point sparking hope among metaphysical enthusiasts, and fish mongers alike. Shiny rocks are best sellers alongside scented candles, and, if viewed the same way as Biscuit Scaly-wag, the point is just chicken.

21 responses to The Road to Fishland

    • Jessie Martinovic – Author

      Sometimes people don’t see the button, which is actually a little star?

      A love button, my golly. Can you imagine, if likes were loves, and the ripple effect that could have on humanity as a whole. I’d go talk to Mark Zuckerberg, Shey and keep everything hush hush. You revolutionary, you!

    • Jessie Martinovic – Author

      This is a new genre called non-fiction fiction, coming soon to all good bookstores

      • It’s far from new, it’s what most of us live every day! How about fictional non-fiction? sounds like more fun…

      • Jessie Martinovic – Author

        Oh damn. Yeah that sounds great, more flow

    • Jessie Martinovic – Author

      Might get google maps for this one, not sure what your referring to here Robert?

      • Yes, I might have been a bit obscure. ā˜ŗ If one were to have read previous posts, then followed this narrative, it is something like a map. Is there treasure at the end or are your thoughts/words treasure enough?

      • Jessie Martinovic – Author

        oh ok. No, no treasure at the end, just disappearing with no act šŸ™‚

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