#SoCS for 4/4/20 ~ “Deep”

Hello everybody! Time once again for #SoCS. I wasn’t sure if I could keep up the pace and complete #SoCS along with all my other prompts now that the Blogging from A to Z April Challenge is off to the races.Β  But I’m doing it!Β  Instead of a 2 for 1, I’m going mano-a-mano which means hand to hand.Β  Sounds cool right?

Humor me and say right πŸ˜‰


Linda writes and I re-write:

Your Friday prompt for Stream of Consciousness Saturday is β€œdeep.” Use it any way you’d like. Have fun!

Oh so many uses for the word DEEP.Β  Oh so little time.Β  C’mon stream, get your flow going.Β  Think, think and think … deeply she said as that is the only way her mind works constantly thinking and churning over events of the day diving down down down deeper and deeper until she gets to the bott om of things what things? well things to include a myriad of thoughts much of which are nonsensical and/or not very important anyway considering the current state of affairs since this COVID things has hit us in the proverbial nuts our priorities have shifted and not only for you and yours but the world the world has turned over a new leaf maybe if we’re lucky but who the hell knows why where what when who and how this pandemic will end life affirming bridges burning while walking through tunnels dark until mankind emerges to see the light of another day …

There’s a country song in that ramble y’all.Β  “Well I was drunk the day my mom got out of prison …”Β  Β Sung by David Allan Coe Songwriters: John Prine / Steve Goodman.Β  How’s that for deep?

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16 thoughts on “#SoCS for 4/4/20 ~ “Deep”

  1. I’ve heard Steve Goodman play that a few times, and I think the story of last verse is that he and Prine showed to song to David Allan Coe, who pointed out the lack of any mention of mother, prison, trains, or pickup trucks, so he and Prine wrote the verse. I think they all did it at one time or another.

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