Sunday, February 9, 2014

Get Sick Get Well Hang Around the Ink Well




Oddly, that was my favorite Bobby Dylan song when I was a kid.  It may still be.

Oddly, I know exactly what he means with those lyrics.

Oddly, I have been sick, been well, and hung around an ink well.

The End.

This is part of Nicky and Cheesy Mike's writing challenge.  Go to We Work For Cheese for much better posts on the topic of "Dylan".  This is all you will get from this contributor.

17 comments:

  1. Don't wanna be a bum
    You better chew gum
    The pump don't work
    'Cause the vandals took the handles.

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  2. I love that song. And I love that neither one of us has to look up the lyrics!

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  3. Our brains are funny like that. I can remember some of the most obscure things in my life, but the simple stuff...

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  4. Ink is so messy. ;)

    Nice job, Linda!

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  5. Nancy/BLissed-Out GrandmaFebruary 9, 2014 at 4:15 PM

    I am always delighted to find Dylan fans . He graduated from h.s. two years ahead of me, and I once beat him in a talent contest. Love that song.

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  6. Hanging around the inkwell was not my finest hour, Reffie!

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  7. You gotta do the inkwell thing to understand it, Nicky!

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  8. I try not to clutter my brain with anything important, Dufus!

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  9. I guess I have to listen to that song! I only know a few Dylan songs... time to read up!

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  10. Sure hope you get back on your feet full of good health - and soon!

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  11. Thanks, Fiona! I'm okay right now, but, that could change any moment!

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  12. Awww! Feel better! And that's one of my favorite Dylan songs too.

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  13. I had to go to youtube to figure out which Dylan song that was. I am familiar with the song but didn't realize it had the ink well reference.

    Glad to read that you are feeling better.

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  14. Thanks Cheryl! I have spent a lot of time listening to Dylan, beginning when I was a kid.

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