The Ides of March

 The Ides of March

Ah, yes, “Beware the Ides of March”

Both then and now

Perhaps as it’s always been

March Madness

Driving men to do strange things

Stabbing a trusting Friend

Rex tweeted back to obscurity

NCAA team heads back home to Virginia

Like Confederate Soldiers

Weary and worn /swallowing defeat

Like a cannon ball in the throat

Others cheering victory

Only to join the home-going

The next round

Fans glued to their TV sets

Like a million flies

Trapped in the gooey

Dangling flypaper

The madness swallows them all but one

A climax of euphoria

Well-earned // or well-stolen

It matters not

Trophy tatters of net

Pocketed to remember

Those fifteen minutes of fame

Now with oncoming Spring

Stabbed in the back

By the never dying winter’s snow

March marches on its fateful journey.

It was quoted before

But I’ll quote it again…

“Beware the Ides of March!!”




Three Day Quote Challenge #2


Three Day Quote Challenge Day #2

I would again like to thank  Zenyswords for nominating me for the Three Day Quote Challenge Award. It has been a pleasure to exchange ideas and photos with all of you on this blog.

I believe the quote below is so true of our political situation today!

Here is my quote for today:

“It isn’t what we don’t know that takes us down,

but what we THINK we know, that betrays and defeats us.”

                                                ~Author Unknown~


Rules of the challenge:

1.Three quote for three days.

2.Three nominees each day(no repetition).

3.Thank the person who nominated you.

4.Inform the nominees.


My Nominees for today are:



Bedlam & Daisies


Pansies Photo:  Dwight L. Roth