One of the most important things to learn is how to put oneself to sleep properly...
remembering to lay the hands flat and not clenched in a fist so the stress and bad energy can flow freely out the fingers during the night.
20 Apr 04
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dont think this is a poem, nut i will take it on boerd
...nut i will take it on boerd?
hehe its funny..i like it! short, sweet and to the point!
it's an epigram. okay
i'm still waiting for "unknown" to explain, "nut i will take it on boerd"
but i will take it on bread?
are you guessing?
This is cool. bc I do just that sometimes.
Yes ... and I apologise. One should never guess on an empty stomach.
This i like a lot - beautifully done h - I felt i was uncoiling - every word is measured- not just a beautiful piece of prose poetry, but a beautiful message as well - just as an epigram should be - i will try to always remember this when i go to bed.
I think they meant, "but I will take it on bored." It's not really all that hard to understand to me, just look at your keyboard.
thanks pennylane. i didn't even think to look at my keyboard as the decoder. but what does "i will take it on bored" mean. do they mean board?
i for one, will take it onboard.
i am on board too, already..
I agree fully. This doesn't give me my daily fix of Hank, so I'll proceed to H's next.
Try this technique outlined in the poem, readers. I can assure you that it works.
out flat , thanks hank .
not a poem!
last night, i thought the same thing. and then thought i'd read a hank poem about it.
and i'm an expert on power naps [and snap]
and never clench my fists in slumber
but will gladly pass this reminder on.
first attempt at using site as 'note to self'