He called the Psychiatrist for an appt. but he was all booked up.
He tried to keep up, but the tomes were too heavy for him.
I was going to build one like this, but eventually I shelved the idea.
Maybe next sadder-day I will.
That’s plumb wrong.
Once full of books, now, relatively spineless.
“Atlas Shrugged.” As did Webster, Roget, and Bartlett. 🙁
Good one DJ…dangit I can’t believe I didn’t think of A S.
“The Fall of the House of Usher: The Early Years.”
Interior view of the research library at Pisa.
It’s ashamed of the mess of journals on the floor. It was a case of diary-a.
It threw all the periodicals on the floor because it had issues.
It’s at a loss forwards.
It could use some inspiration from its buddy, the Table of Content-ment.
It looks a bit dis-shelveled.
Up-set of encyclopedias?
“Book ’em Slanto.”
The bookcase thought that they said Dewey Decimate system.
A literary downturn.
The books and the shelf had a falling out.
He rejected certain books…”Not my type” he said.
He was told, “stand up straight”. He replied “I cant”.
These books were graded on a curve.
He took it literate-ly, all this talk of lean times.
Everyone said to him, “You should read a shelf-help book to get yourshelf straightened out.” And you know what he said? “I did that, but the book told me to get bent.”
You think this is bad? Across the room is a fireplace that went through a mantle breakdown over a broken hearth and a bout with the flue. Underneath it all its ash hole is flaring up and isn’t feeling grate either.
That really puts a damper on things. Wonder, was it stoned as well?