Laconic Lyrics

      A Naturalbeing
Laconic Lyrics

This is a poem book, with themes ranging from drugs, to climate change, to the struggle to escape the class warfare that society induces.What will you do when the creepers come?Summer is coming! Things are beginning to thaw in the ice cube field to the north. When a villager of the Snow-Block-Wall deserts, Nerderd Spark must intervene. The villager warns of creepers coming to life as the world becomes warmer. Nerderd calls it madness and sends the villager back to the wall to stand vigil.Meanwhile, Nerderd’s sons have found a modified pair of wolves that continue to produce one wolf for each Spark child. He fears having to explain why he has brought six wolves home to his wife, but she has news of her own -- the Arm of the King, her brother-in-law has died under suspicious circumstances in King’s Squatting.Far to the south of Nerderd’s holdfast, the daughter of the old king will not wed her barbaric suitor. She will make up her own mind about whom to marry, thank you very much, and her brother will just have to learn to live with the consequences.//Note to parents. This is a mild-mannered parody. It contains nothing inappropriate. We encourage parents to read this and all books to know what your child is reading. The scariest thing it contains are creepers, although come to think about it, creepers are pretty darn scary. It is recommended for ages 9 and up.//
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    The Osopher's Tale

      A Naturalbeing / Science Fiction
The Osopher's Tale

Once upon a wondrous time, there lived the master of them all. Her name was Ann and she was the measure of all things; the roots of a tree, vegetables born out of the ground and the stars in the night sky could all find a home within her. I have anthropomorphized 12 words ending in 'osopher'. Say hello to the delightful lives of Ann, Miss, Kai, Gaz, Fizz, Phob, Pan, Phil, Si, Gee, Demi and JimOnce upon a wondrous time, there lived the master of them all. Her name was Ann and she was the measure of all things; the roots of a tree, vegetables born out of the ground and the stars in the night sky could all find a home within her. Misogynists of history have distorted this true tale, but when considered carefully, only a woman posing as god can give birth to man. And so it was, and still is, Ann who is the master of them all; the walking doppelganger of life.
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