A Pickle

I hope this is subliminal enough that no one gets it.  Unlikely.  But I am in a pickle.  I like the fact that I’m in the pickle for this particular reason, but I do not like this pickle.  Although I don’t want to give up the pickle either.  I’ll take the pickle with the particular reason over giving up the pickle and the particular reason.

See, the pickle is that I can’t quite know the particular reason.  Only enough to know that I want to know the particular reason.  And the particular reason can’t quite know me.  Which is also a pickle, but the same pickle.  It’s just a pickle.

But I am quite a fan of sweet pickles.


~ by Eva on January 15, 2009.

15 Responses to “A Pickle”

  1. you can always wiggle loose…

  2. “So where do we go from here ?” said one pickle to the next.

  3. “No, there is only one pickle here,” said the tomato who likes to spend time with onions for the sake of the particular reason.

    Make sense, tatheart2???

  4. yeah, the tomato wants only one pickle because it spends too much time with stinkers or am i over-generalizing?

  5. Since you are a fan of sweet pickles, is it safe to presume that this particular one is bread & butter and not dill flavored?

  6. two all beef patties, special sauce, lettuce, cheese, pickles, oinions and tomatoes on a seseame seed bun.

  7. actually i do get the pickle you are in i’m just acting dumb – i share your sentiment for the pickle and the particlar reason and am hoping for the best- who knows maybe the pickle will go away and the particular reason can stay or you and the particular reason can just simply run away- bit of a dream maybe. the pickle does need to go though.

  8. Grandma B always used to make us sweet pickles…notice no period after the “B”, she ain’t finished yet 😉

  9. Oooooh, yes. Clear as mud.

  10. 😉

  11. so does my smile 🙂

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