A napkin of words
Napkin of words © Donna Rae Lands
A great public relations man will portray Polly Pretty-wit last the last word in feminine pulchritude and…
A whiz at putting over…
A ballad and quip, until this picture of her, is so exciting in your mind that you rush to buy a ticket to see her in the flesh…
Persistence of a reputation depends on consistency in the person!
Note from author: I hand wrote this on a napkin and placed it in that important place. I forgot all about it. I didn’t find it for years. I don’t know why I wrote it. I like it though. I like it because that word pulchritude sounds like an ugly woman when in reality, she is beautiful. Many judge a book by its cover which is wrong because some of the best books are torn, tattered and stained on the outside but the words inside grant you great wisdom.
Just a Lady in the wilderness writing about this, that and what not.
“Substitute ‘damn’ every time you’re inclined to write ‘very;’ your editor will delete it and the writing will be just as it should be.”