Friday, April 26, 2013

FF55, 1/25/13 Mysterious Electrical Mishaps

Our poor orange dragon
 has crouched in its cave
for two weeks with
Its mouth agape.
The fins and gills had come off.
a molar came out,
a secondary heart was removed
and replaced.

Yesterday my slimmer fingers
were the dentist of restoring
by feel-the bolt
and box for regulating pulse.

tightening all, restored power!

                                               Tractors and dragons are very touchy patients-
                                 Notoriously delicate and refined in their connections
                                 and grounding  mechanisms  !


TALON said...

izzy, hope you managed to soothe the dragon!

Growing up in the country, I learned my first swear words from our neighbors (who owned a cattle farm)...and those were mostly related to the Bull and the big red dragon that never failed to blow smoke instead of fire!

Alice Audrey said...

You'd think tractors would be tougher, but they tend to live a hard life.

Brian Miller said...

smiles...i just fixed our tractor last weekend...and the dragon ran around in circles and ate up all my grass thank goodness...smiles...

Lydia said...

Ha! Tractor as dragon! Now, my friend, should you find yourself in my town within the next week or so please kindly stop by and repair our electric mulching mower. It quit on my husband last weekend, and I will have to have it repaired at a shop (if you cannot help)and use the neighbor kid as a paid slave in the meantime...

Gail said...


g-man said...

An Orange Dragon eh?
A Case or Kubota?
Izzy Dear, I just loved your metaphorical 55
You seem like such a hard worker
I just think you are such a cool Lady
Thanks for playing and have a Kick Ass Week End

Mama Zen said...

This is really cool!

hedgewitch said...

I love this izzy. You never fail to amaze me with what your imagination can do with 55 words. For taming the earth monsters, a dragon is just a necessity. ;_)

Jinksy said...

That was a lot of fun to read! :)

Margaret said...

I was always happy on a hot summer day when the orange dragon just quite during hay making. It meant I could rest under the shade for a bit :)