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Tuesday, 11 September 2012

I is for Irreverent

I IDEALIZE the I post, because IT IMPLIES an INFINITE array of IMPECCABLE IMAGES, INTELLIGENT and INSPIRATIONAL IDEAS of INCREDIBLE INTEREST and INFORMATION.

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IT would be ILLOGICAL AND INCONCEIVABLE, even INANE, to INSIST on INFLICTING an IDENTICAL ITINERARY.

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IT IS INFINITELY more IRRESISTIBLE to INSPECT whatever IDIOSYNCRATIC IMAGINATION IS ILLUMINATED.








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INVARIABLY, one could INFUSE with IRRATIONAL IRE, but that would be INSTANTLY INCONCEIVABLE.

(INSPIRED under the INFLUENCE of INSOMNIA.)




23 comments:

  1. Hi Roger, you are an incredibly intelligent individual!

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  2. Amazing I's for this post. Your brain certainly isn't idle.
    My post is up but I will not be able to do Mr. Linky until late today or tomorrow. It all depends on when I get home from the hospital and my Hubby's procedure.

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  3. Oh my goodness, that's a lot of BIG words, and I was thinking ICE! haha Good job!

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  4. Roger - inspirational insight into an intellectual, intelligent mind! lol! Dx

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  5. Roger INSOMNIA wil not ILLUMINATE the future for you. Because you are INCREDIBLY INTELLIGENT you will not remain IDLE for long but will will become INSIGHTFUL and then roll over and go to sleep. Have a great day!

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  6. My entry this week will take you back to ABC Wednesday 1967! Seems I've been doing this alphabet thing for quite some time.

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  7. Hello.
    WoW! Quite an impressive intro for being influenced by insomnia Roger!
    Have a lovely week everyone!

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  8. I is not a very easy letter to find a photograph for as Ice in September is not a thought I relish, impressed with your insomnia post.

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  9. I think you did a fantastic job with the letter I both with illustrations and words. Insomnia does have its uses.

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  10. I'm thinking you flipped through a dictionary for this post♫♪

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  11. It's indeed impressive, Roger!

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  12. You have an IMPRESSIVE command of the "INGLISH" language, Roger.

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  13. What an interesting lot of "I"s :)

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  14. Creative post! Wow ~ thanks for hosting again ~ enjoy the week ~ (A Creative Harbor)

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  15. Love your 'I' words. I'm particularly fond of irreverence...seems more called-for than ever in these politically correct times...lol!

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  16. wow...great post! thought I'd hop this train awhile, see where it goes =)

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  17. Darn it, missed the deadline by a mile. Was psyched, too, because it's a jazz poem with a video included. Well, if you like, here it is! Peace, Amy
    http://sharplittlepencil.com/2012/09/17/incantations-in-jazz/

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