Lazy Sunday CXLVIII: The Gemini Sonnets #1 and #2

I thought I’d take a bit of a break from the retrospectives of movie reviews and look back at some of Son of Sonnet‘s entries in the ongoing The Gemini Sonnets series.  Typically I feature three posts on Lazy Sunday, but Son always submits these in groups of two.  Maybe that’s because I publish two a month, but perhaps there is some deeper, literary reason.

As such, here are posts about first two Gemini Sonnets.  If you missed them when they were first published in November 2021, now’s your chance to catch up:

Every artist as dedicated to his craft as Son deserves both recognition and support.  I would encourage you to consider a subscription to Son of Sonnet’s SubscribeStar page as a way to encourage the growth and development of an eloquent voice on our side of this long culture war.  Conservatives often complain about not holding any ground culturally; now is the time to support the culture that is being created.

You can read Son of Sonnet’s poetry on his Telegram channel, on Gab, and on Minds.

Happy Sunday!

—TPP

Other Lazy Sunday Installments:

2 thoughts on “Lazy Sunday CXLVIII: The Gemini Sonnets #1 and #2

  1. Off topic, Port, but you may be waiting a little while longer for your Abe: Soulstorm review. We finally completed the game yesterday but not 100%. We’re going back through the levels in order to achieve full completion and God knows how long that will take. This game is most definitely the hardest game I’ve ever played and in the modern era of gaming, that is some claim.

    Another off topic but I woke in the night from a nightmare. I thought at the time that it would have made a great short story but stupid me, didn’t write it down. I think I need to return to my dream diaries. Such a shame though – I’m not easily scared and this nightmare scared the crap out of me. It would have been a great read.

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    • Apologies for the delayed response; I was finishing up a MASSIVE LEGO project (more about it on Tuesday). No worries re: the delayed review. It sounds like y’all are taking the completionist approach, which I appreciate! Tell Tina to take her times; she neeedn’t grind her thumbs to the bone on my account.

      Oh, dang! Here’s hoping you get some snatches of memories back. I like the idea of a dream diary (or a nightmare notebook, as the case might be). Let me know if it comes back to you.

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