Tag Archives: laughter
(Today is my grandmother May’s birthday, May-Day in my heart. Tomorrow is Sir Charlie Chaplin’s birthday, Fool’s-Play-Day in my heart. And so, in honor of these two wonderful and loving spirits) In times of hardship and heartache my grandmother … Continue reading
To all those wise, beautiful fools who have brought the medicine of joy and laughter to life, I salute you: Slapstick’s trinity, a monotheistic gag– Salvation’s last laugh. Genius, in trespassing, has its necessary fools– Supreme gag order. … Continue reading
In the end, as in the beginning, we shall find that the whole cyclical shebanga was a mischievous riot, a fool’s paradise of child’s play upon fluorescent plasma, or to parrot the enlightened pearls of Mister Voltaire, “God is a … Continue reading
Beware the airless room, without light, laughter and love, a Trinity beyond reckon, none of it is worth a good goddamn.
Modeling tatters, some masks cannot conceal truth– the poor man’s Jesus.
All tomorrow’s masks, bearing Sorrow’s pitied pace– burden of folly.
Through grave misfortune, the clown kept thousands of souls in stitches, a tramp’s cross to bear in the name of classic medicine.