MAYDAY 1326: TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2019

Imagine tweeting exactly what ye want to say, in exactly, 280, spaces. Perfect, couplet, verse. Then imagine the linking of verses, to tell … a story.

Imagine too, that The Don is part (with Kim, Xi and Vlad) of a cabal of four. Then imagine that ye are, the hero, of the story.

Arthur (Art) Everman is the author of MAYDAYS. Epic, poetry. Verses linked into a story, poetic, not prose.
Arthur’s the hero. For once. A super

hero, one might say. Unless one saw him. Super-weak, is Arthur. But Arthur’s words, his weapons … are super.

Arthur (Art) Everman is the author of MAYDAYS. Epic, poetry. Verses, linked into stories, poetic, not prosaic.
Art’s the hero, A super one, one may

say. Unless one, sees him. A weakling is he. But words for Art, are weapons. To save … a day … some day.

But words are for Art, tools, if not, weapons. To save a day, some day, perhaps. At night. In dreams. In soiréeing, on Luna. That’s where Arthur

pens the minutes of their nightly meetings. The meetings are nightly. But the minutes are fleeting, for Arthur.

Words are tools. Not weapons. But sound contingency planning calls for tools of construction, multi-purposed, for that purpose,

defensive. To save a day, some day, perhaps. When in self-defense words, mightier than swords … become weapons … of purpose.

Mightier than swords, words, may be. Particularly, if for purposes, defensive. Words are tools. Not weapons. But sound contingency planning

calls for tools of construction multi-purposed for a most noble purpose, defensive. To save a day, one day a-coming.

Mightier than swords, words, may be. Particularly, if for purposes, defensive. Words are tools. Not weapons. But sound contingency planning’s,

calling for tools of construction multi-purposed for noble purposes, defensive. To save a day, one day, a-coming.

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