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Sunday, March 17, 2013

Open Link Monday in the Imaginary Garden




An electroencephalogram
Cannot tell me in what mood I am
If I’m quite sappy
Or merely happy
To be having my toast served with jam.

Posted for OPEN LINK MONDAY

21 comments:

Jim said...

Alright, Kay. Men shouldn't discuss moods with ladies. For sure she will be in one.

I've had most every type of gram, scan, and scope they can make except an electroencephalogram.

Strawberry jam I am more familiar with. I will have that every day on my toast.

Thank you, Kay, this is a good read.
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Panchali said...

awww...these 'angels' are always happy and contented!:)
Brilliant, K!

anthonynorth said...

Fun limerick. Enjoyed it.

Karen said...

Some things need to remain a mystery. I fear for a future where nothing is unknown!

Susan said...

I know of no medical technology who could tell you that. Know thyself and to thine own self be true. I hope all is well.

asteria's canvass said...

haha that is innovative,im wondering where did you get this kind of idea from..

Laura said...

So true... it is the innermost part of the heart, the corners of the lips that understand this best:-)

Mixi said...

This one made me giggle :D Thanks Kay!

Grace said...

Give me a toast with jam any time ~

Happy Monday Kay ~

Daryl said...

a fine rhyme

Fireblossom said...

Pinpointing a woman's mood has perplexed more than just machines!

Kerry O'Connor said...

So true!

Herotomost said...

No but there are times when we can tell through your writing...lol. I could use some toast and jam right now.

Naila Rainmaker said...

Toast and jam for the win.

Sherry Blue Sky said...

I love the humor in your poems, kiddo. Enjoy that toast and jam - do hope you are well.

McGuffy Ann said...

One cannot disagree with this logic & truth!

Peggy said...

Yes there are limits to technology!! Enjoy your jam!! (Fun photos)

razzamadazzle said...

How fun. I would certainly agree with that.

sharplittlepencil.com said...

Kay, I've been subjected to brain MRIs and countless meds, and I still like my toast with peanut butter and Welch's grape jelly on it.

Scientists (including psychiatrists) try to name everything, to cure everything... and in so doing they can often trivialize life. While I'm grateful for a more stable life ("better living through chemistry!"), I also know the intanglibles are what life is about. I mean, define God, right? We don't need to know everything, do we? Life is sweeter with mystery! Amy
http://sharplittlepencil.com/2013/03/18/life-cycling/

Kimolisa said...

Cute and so true, I also like your rhyming structure.

Ann, Chen Jie Xue 洁雪 said...

so what does An electroencephalogram do? measure how smart I am?