Janice Ann perfected the pirouette. Some say she invented it. She has eyes like juicy little gumdrops and wears polka dot dresses. She has a poodle named “Jabberwocky.”
Identical twins Mary and Jane have been living here since Mary’s first nervous breakdown. Jane is secretly plotting her escape to Reno where she wants to run a roulette wheel and eat two-inch thick steaks every night. Stay tuned…
Chalky white aliens live here. They are blocky, wear blue pinstripe suits and thick black glasses. They sell insurance. They are secretly buying up real estate and are addicted to grape Kool aid.
Life is just one long aria. Inside, a famed courtesian named Violetta gives a party to brighten her spirits after a long illness. A dashing man comes to the party in his yellow van. She rejects him but gives him a camellia and tells him to return when it has wilted. They fall in love, she dies in his arms.
Something is going very wrong here. There is eerie music wafting out from under the front door. The man who lives inside is trying to mermerize the twin palms into becoming one. People say he can bend spoons. He has a van dyke beard and wears turtlenecks in the summer. I believe one day it will happen.
Like sand through an hourglass, so are the days of our lives.