One Week, One Proverb

 Case 12:

The offspring of a serpent invariably wears a long tail.

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20 thoughts on “One Week, One Proverb

          1. I know how you feel. I have been trying to keep up with all other blogs…but It’s just too many people posting blogs…and I try to keep up as possible as I can.

            Just take your time and I know you’ll finish your novel in time. There’s no pressure…

      1. I want to get your opinion on my next blog post. The title of my blog post is called: Suicidal Christians Get Aroused By Death So They Shoot Themselves In The Head Just To See Hell Glow Red. – Should I post this or something else. What do you think?

        1. You’re talking about the post title, right? Well, I’m not so good at coming up with eye-catching titles but, let’s see…

          “Suicidal Christians Get Aroused By Death So They Shoot Themselves In The Head Just To See Hell Glow Red.”

          If this were a line in your poem, it will deliver a powerful punch!

          As a title, um, it is…long, kind of. Here: “Aroused By Death,” “See Hell Glow Red,” or “Suicidal Christians.” See? These titles are shorter and are potential magnets.

          But you’re the boss, so I’ve no right to offer alternatives if that’s not what you’re looking for. I’ll come over to your blog to comment on your latest.

          1. I have decided not to post that poem up. Due to current tragic events that had happen. That title was suppose to be about this Friday (2012 mayan Calender). But I know in myself that poem will never see the light of day in this blog form or in anything spoken.

            So that’s why last minute I had to post “Qudraphonic isolate system. It seemed right and for the right audiences.

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