Inside the Mind of Davy D
Where Words and Worlds Collide in Poetry
July 28, 2016
Comedy, creativity, Laughter, Life, Observation, Poetry, Senryu, WordHighJuly
For the Word-High July Prompts of Filipino Words hosted by A Reading Writer.
Halakhak – (n.) A loud uninhibited laughter.
oooooh. an intriguing take! that first line can be read in two different ways. slanted as in crooked (which is kinda bad), and slanted as in positive view. 🙂
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Dark humour? or maybe not, Rosema. :)Thank you for reading and taking the time to comment.
Yeah! can be! 😀
You are welcome! Thank you for joining! 😀 2 more to go!!
They are poised and ready to go. Enjoy the rest of your day. (I think I’m getting the time difference thing.)
Yay! Excited to read them soon! 😀 😀 😀
Yeah. We are i think 4 to 5 hours away. 🙂 It’s 6:29 pm here. 🙂
Interesting way to look at things, Davy. This slanted view is what makes comedians like Seinfeld great.
I agree David. The best comedians are the ones that come at life from a different angle.
Yep, from good ol’ Southern boys to Yankees like Seinfeld, different views of life can be funny.
There are so many ways to take that first line. “Slanted” could be the person that is different, that all of the “straight” or “normal” folks are laughing at. That would have been me back in my grade school days. Marching to a drummer that no one else could hear or understand, so they laughed, and the music stopped.
Have a blessed day.
It is great to see the different interpretations. I now have an image of you, Suzanne, marching around the playground with everyone else looking on. Have a great day and thank you for reading and commenting.
There are so many ways things can be taken, no matter what we write.
I know I always felt like everyone was looking, and pointing, and laughing.
You’re welcome, Davy, and thank you, too. Have a great day.
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