Life…is a tale/Told by an idiot, full of sound and fury,/Signifying nothing.
–William Shakespeare, Macbeth

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If you think
I take life way
Too seriously then

You are

Either a
Night and a day
Younger than I am or

I do.



10 comments on “I OF THE BE OLDER

  1. arekhill1 says:

    It’s every man’s privilege to take life seriously. But to take Black Friday seriously–that’s a woman’s job.


  2. mistermuse says:

    Ricardo, I don’t know if ladysighs is saying “hmmm” to my post or your comment, but either way, I thank you both.


  3. Don Frankel says:

    Muse I never thought of Macbeth as a Manic Depressive before. But maybe instead of thinking of Lady Macbeth Night and Day and things under the hide of me, he should have sung ‘What I did for Love’.


  4. mistermuse says:

    ….or maybe IT’S A MAD, MAD, MAD, MAD WORLD (from the film of the same name).


  5. lexborgia says:

    This ‘Be Older’ wishes for a night and a year refunded. Nice one, Jazz.


  6. mistermuse says:

    Flattery will get you nowhere, lexborgia –sorry, no refunds.
    Just kidding — flattery is greatly appreciated, even when not deserved (provided I get to be the judge of that). Give that gal a refund immediately!


  7. Hamlet is not manic depressive in medical terms of today. He would be Bi- Polar. very. very moody or very, very hyper active, his mind and actions = racing up and down. Like a roller coaster. “Gypsies” are called the Rom, members of a community. Night and Day is my way of living. Nap 3 hours; active 3 hours. Or or 12 hours of rest/ sleep. Then 12 hours of activity It is very effcient compared to our 24 hours of stress on body and mind. Muse, I am either younger or older than you. I consider myself a student of your classic life. I think that makes me younger.


  8. mistermuse says:

    Yesterday, I suggested a song to Don, so here’s an appropriate one for you, Michaeline, that could be your theme song:



  9. Hooray ! mistermuse and Don, thank you both so very much. I love listening to Frank Sinatra. I have been listening to him since I was a girl. Watching him and all his cronies on my Dad’s black and white television was fascinating. I saw most of the shows and then his past performances at the Sands Hotel in Las Vegas. I went thru’ all of his songs listed. Felt like I was in Vegas again. That did make me feel so young. ;- )


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