No offence taken but why was it a "he" that was twitterpated?" Those little birds look like Australian Rainbow Lorikeets. How did they find you?
Oldegg,Ha ha. It was a "he" because I'm a "she" so I think it's funnier when the "he" is twitterpated. As for the picture...well, you can find any picture through Google: I didn't happen to have any twitterpated pictures in my file of original shots and certainly not these magnificent birds--Lorikeets, you say? I'll remember that.
Wonderful! "twitterpated" Yup! Perfect!Great picture, too!
'twitterpated'..great alliteration..makes you feel befuddled even thinking of being 'twitterpated'..it's like you got under those ruffled feathers and told us this story..Jae :)
Hey! What's going on here? I had never, in my life, used the word discombobulated until today - and I had NOT seen your poem before I wrote it. Talk about sychronicity!Colin Wilson would be very interested - I am flabbergasted.Liked your poem, by the way.
I adore this; and like everyone one else I enjoyed the "twitterpated"!
Old Egg's question and your answer cracked me up. Twitterpated - oh I wouldn't mind that. It just might solve some muddled logic and then this little head may be less addled :) Sweet scribblings today.
like the humour in your poem, nice to have read
Sweet little piece- loved it!on paper wings
Love the way you worded this! Twitterpated indeed!!
I love any poem with the word twitterpated in it. Nice job.LisaInspiredbyLisa
I enjoyed your playing with words here Lilibeth.
May be he is in love :)
A cute little poem. Great picture too.
I used discombobulated some, but I've never seen it written down on paper. It looks a little peculiar. Maybe it's twitterpated, too.Twitterpated, I love this word.
I love that you put "discombobulated" in a poem. And it worked.
That was a lot of fun!
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