Sunday Whirl – July 28, 2014

171hallowed, skill, blasts, hunt, stained, shallow, thrill, whack, unfolds, center, dabble, reveal

Cyber Witchcraft

Reveal to me, oh hallowed soul,
The skill that needs to be produced …
To dabble in this shallow world,
With witchcraft in our unseemly time.

The hunt is on for the mighty book,
Which would be the center of my life,
As the blasts of mendacity howl all ‘round …
I hunt the world for the power of change.

I dabble now in harmless spells,
I whack the hacker where I can …
Hunt the bandits in our modern time
Who’ve stained my world with muck.

Ah to have the mighty master’s skill …
To have a virtual book of change, a thrill!
And then, at last, walk upon the Earth …
Without the fear of cyber theft.

 

Sunday Whirl 171 a mighty fine wordle by B

10 thoughts on “Sunday Whirl – July 28, 2014

  1. It is a worry to have your new posts viewed first by those who probably don’t even understand your language. They come like Mogul hordes snapping and snarling in the spam box to be probably heard of again even though you obliterate time after time.

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    • Too true … of course they aren’t interested in anything else but to get clicked on for whatever reason. Wish I was a witch! Thanks for droppin’ in hope to be able to do the same soon.

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    • Magic Through The Ages 101informs us that humans have always been true believers … especially if there’s something they don’t understand. 😉

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  2. “I dabble now in harmless spells,
    I whack the hacker where I can …
    Hunt the bandits in our modern time
    Who’ve stained my world with muck”

    WOW! Equally powerful whether it’s cyber-theft or spammers —

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