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Proverbs 2

29 October, 2012

Continuing my occasional series, here is another batch of the Proverbs I found in a dusty corner of my hard drive. These are all written by me, all appear profound, but are all completely free of any meaning. You can read the first stack of them here before you submerge yourself into the latest collection:


Look for a greyhound – it won’t come looking for you

You can’t tell a person what you have forgotten

If money was invisible, we would never use our eyes

It’s a long road that brings the bread

Look for rainbows and you’ll find the rain

If the sea were made of gold, ships would never sail


Feel free to find whatever meaning you fancy in these and leave your thoughts below. Or alternatively, feel free to decide I am talking total bollocks.


  1. Wow… so resonant… in a Jack Handy kind of way…. Very zeitgeist.
    – Dawn “chasing my greyhound” Rinken

  2. TheOthers1 permalink

    Really like the second one. Too true.

  3. These are great. Involuntary noises continued to slip past my lips as I read, the truth of each one both comedic and poignant.

    ~ Cara

  4. This relates to what we were talking about with your lost kid story. These are like Grab Bags – you don’t know WHAT your prize is!

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