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Sunday, 24 March 2019

ANTIDELUVIAN AUDIO APPARATUS AVEC AWFUL ACOUSTICS




Eddie Bluelights 

Locks Horns with Carrie Van Horn's latest prompt 

lol


The Muse #48



Like my new Thinking Hat? 

The old one is getting a bit tired.

I needed at least one of them for this prompt ~ this one is most taxing, so I called in the cavalry in the form of alliteration to get me through. So here goes!


Photo by Skitterphoto from Pexels



Awful acoustics

Astonishingly antediluvian antique audio apparatus actually amplifies atrocious acoustically adjusted amplitudes across airways, absolutely and awfully, abysmally ~ abundant apologies!

Ardently and acclaimed amorously absorbing arias, all alleged as authentic, are assaulted astronomically and abound avec astounding accelerating artless atrophy.

 Ancient anthems, astute arrangements, accurate augmentations, ascending arpeggios, artistic a-cappellas, ambitious allegros, attractive andantes, awe-inspiring allegretto arrangements ~ all annoy au-fait, artful, attentive, academic and authoritative audiences. 

Any available appointed accompanists are assassinated alarmingly.

Awkward atmosphere appears auspiciously as
antiquated apparatus assaults audio antennae avec abundant above average amplification.

Stylus scratches stifle sound, screeching sopranos suppress sensational symphonic sentimental songs ~ so sorry!

Terrible tenors totally terrify.

Ambitious altos annihilate accepted amplification.

Big booming bases burst blood-vessels.

Baying, barking baritones bellow, belittling beautiful ballads. 

Celebrated choirs cause controversial counterpoint.

Overall orchestrations obliterated obtusely.

Detail denied drastically

Melodic music mockingly muffled.

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Autopsy authorised . . asylum activated . . . lol

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Eddie Bluelights
24 March 2019


My mother used to call sopranos,

Dying ducks in a thunderstorm

I imagine this contraption would give her no cause to change her mind, if she heard one.




Once again Carrie, thank you  for stimulating our cerebral hemispheres.


Wanted!!!!

More poets to join our preponderance or pandemonium of poets circle.


Join in at Carrie's, at The Sunday Muse, by pressing . . .  HERE








28 comments:

  1. Love the thinking hat! And the way you took the prompt in an unexpected direction...now I'm picturing a flood of Edward Gorey illustrations of mangled music filling that room like a scene from The Shining. :)

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    1. Thanks Chrissa, couldn't have done it without my trusty old Thinking Hat. It is rather like Harry Potter's Sorting Hat. . . :)

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  2. Love what you did with the prompt, Eddie. Lol... that thinking hat.

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  3. haha sure grabbed the bull by the horns
    Today tippy toe trot through thorns

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    1. lol
      Do you want to buy my thinking hat?
      It will cost you lots and lots of dollars, Pat . . . haha

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  4. Love that thinking hat Eddie! A lot of fun reading your mighty word play here! Made me smile! Thank you for tooten the Muse horn and spreading the word! Your awesome Eddie! 😎

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    1. Thanks, Carrie. Enjoyed this one very much . . :)

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  5. I really like and appreciate your post.Thanks Again. Keep writing.

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  6. Wow! How clever is that! You excelled yourself with this one, Eddie.

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    1. Thanks, Val, just needed a bit of time and for me to eat the dictionary for breakfast . . lol

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  7. A man into hats. Who knew? What else will I uncover today?

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    1. The lady with the pen at Hilary's. Survival of the fittest. Nice to meet you. I see you have a hat too . . lol

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  8. Hi Eddie, great to see you stopped by. Thank you for the healing thoughts. I hope to be on the mend soon. Have a fabulous week.

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  9. Very cool hat attire, Eddie! Your alliteration is incredible. This was a fun read.

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  10. Hi Eddie - love the Viking hat ... mind you the Thinking Hat looks like it could cover a multitude of sins?! But the poem is just brilliant ... wonderfully alliterative and much appreciated by one all ... love it! Cheers and thanks for coming over and meeting Jacqui - Spring is springing which is good news for us Little Englanders! Take care - Hilary

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    1. Thanks Hilary. Always great to see you and meeting Jacqui is a bonus. :)

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  11. This cracked me up. Et vous, avec chapeau!

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    1. Glad to help exercise your chuckle muscle.. really enjoyed doing this one. :)

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  12. Poem? What poem? I couldn't get past that first photo of you! hahaha....

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    1. Hahaha, so fun is all this. So you would recognise me in a crowd wearing it!!! 😂

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  13. Nice and Amazing post. I like that very much. Thanks for sharing with us.

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