Ode to a Sugared Almond


E2 Catbox — XXXI - III - MMXII (is that the nightingale or the lark?)




Premise-Log

Oops... by dawn's sweet waxin' light,
we know we made it through the night...
...when pale green wash bleeds on the sky,
the day's embrace is surely nigh!




Phono-Log B&W Minstrels will play fer ye, fine ladies an' gents.




Pro-Log

05:04 Posmella: Today I am grateful for sugared almonds and meeting new friends.
05:04 tanktop: It's around 1 AM here.
05:04 pomegranate: Sugared almonds bode a wedding!
05:05 Posmella: Hehe, nope. I just love them.
05:05 Posmella: I found an old-fashioned sweet shop — and there they were!
05:06 tanktop: Almond paste is also good.
05:06 pomegranate: I find it hard to contradict yer senniment...



Pome-Log

05:06 Ode to A Sugared Almond

05:07 Oh, almond sweet of my delight...
05:07 ... help me make it through the night.
05:08 Your skin is hard, your flesh is white...
05:08 ...help me almond pass the night!

05:10 Oh almond fragrant, fruit divine...
05:11 ... I bite you hard with lips of wine.
05:12 You tempt me so, sweetmeat of mine...
05:12 ... there's nowt to better thee or thine!

05:13 Oh almond smooth, sweet stone of spring...
05:14 ... I love you more than any thing.
05:14 I do declare, oh almond sweet...
05:15 ... to buy you I did cross the street.

05:15 Your promise, almond, was so fair...
05:15 ... the paper bag I sure did tear.
05:16 Almond, almond, tender fruit...
05:16 ... I love the sugar of your suit.

05:17 In lands so balmy, you did grow...
05:17 ... my almond darling say no moh'
05:18 I crack your hard and crunchy shell...
05:18 ... who loves ye not, kin go to hell!




Hack-Knowledgements-Log


05:20 jeez... this is harder'n shuckin' peas on a June mornin'
05:20 Marzepam?
05:21 Die-hard-zepam
05:21 Marzipan
05:21 What devil'ry is this?




Epi-Log


t'was yer own dear almonds love,
that shed their light upon this place:
if sugared almonds need no love,
why do you stuff them in your face?



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