Archive for the ‘Batman’ Category

From the Post-its of Friends V

July 24, 2008

More delicious post-it creations from other people:

Winner: Rhyming AND a pretty shweet second line. Though I’m guessing if you brandished the first line, the fourth line wouldn’t be such a problem. Not that I’m advocating violence, or anything. Honest.

I am a knife held between palms:
I am not flesh but I do like to breathe.
Make my friends play nice tonight,
Tomorrow they won’t leave.


Winner: Picking up on a trend and making all of us look like amateurs. Well done, Tim, I’m going to go hide in my cave until I can figure out how to be clever.

The joker jokes, the bat man bats:
Heath Ledger’s final punchline approaches.
Deny civil liberties–
A joke is batted in.



Ok, now that I’ve rejoined the modern age, a question:

July 22, 2008

Lazy fog bank stretches north, slow:

views out the window from my neighbor’s cube.

Terrible thought plaguing me-

why assault mom, Batman?

Can you guess what we talked about at lunch today?

July 21, 2008

More proof I am a dinosaur:

scales, cold blood, failure to see the Dark Knight.

Concerned citizens wonder-

Still breathing? (Just hopeless.)

Holy Kleenex, Batman! It was right under our nose, and we blew it!

July 18, 2008

Apparently last night at the midnight showing of one Batman movie in New Haven, Connecticut, the film BURST INTO FLAMES five minutes before the end. How’s that for going out with a bang?


I’ve gotten a great response from poets both professional and cubicle-ridden, so I’ll be putting some of my favorites later today. In the meantime, you’ll have to make do with one of mine:


Mother to the multitude:

men like sheep sheared clean huddle sleepless here.

I offer reluctant ears,

occasional xanax.

Courtesy of a co-worker:

July 17, 2008

In honor of the exciting events of today, my dear co-worker (who is wearing a cape to the 3:30 am showing) wrote this:


nananana nananana

BATMAN arrives today, I’m excited.

Only fourteen-ish more hours,

heath ledger is awesome.


I say:


Little known secret of bat capes:

great swishing, terrible heat retention.

Lost somewhere between crime fought,

and going home alone.


But I bet the movie will be sweet.