No Flowers, Please by John Ritchie/Stacey Law

Art credit: Stacey Law

Art credit: Stacey Law

As lots of people, well, several people, O.K. actually two, have suggested/insisted (delete as applicable) that John should review his biography, John has complied. John is not easily swayed, except by high winds and threats of personal violence, guess which was applied on this occasion (answers on a plain brown postcard to PP&P), but a word in the right ear, the left one is for out-going messages only, set his remaining brain cells throbbing and less than a year later, give or take a millennia, here is the requested script.

Oh, incidentally, the two people who popped round to John’s residence at Bag End and suggested/insisted (delete as applicable) that John should review his biography were captured by John’s state-of-the-ark CCTV camera and should be on this page. If you can’t see them it is either: because they have claimed they were framed and Robert T. Ironside has got them off on a technicality or they have jumped to light speed and are currently doing unspeakable things to a planet in a galaxy far, far away. After reviewing the several miles of footage recorded by John’s Vicious Crime Recorder, crime enforcement officers were so impressed by this evidence of a crime being enforced they have invited the participants to a New Years Black and White Ball at San Quentin.

As it seems to be the practice for celebrities to share their most intimate secrets with the wider world, John has also included a shot of part of his Al Fresco dressing room at Malibu. This photograph should allay malicious rumours currently circulating in the Tabloid press, that John always wears the same three shirts.

Feeling lucky, punk?

Feeling lucky, punk?

John's walk-in wardrobe.

John’s walk-in wardrobe.

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Stacey Law is an author of poetry and an artist. She published her own book of poetry, Beauteous be Poesy, available on Google, Amazon, and Barnes & Noble. She has also been published in several anthologies such as Who’s Who in PoetryInvoking the Muse, and Best Poems & Poets of 2005 and has won several awards. Her poem The Storm was just recently published in an exquisite book called Aqueous.

Stacey is currently working on another book, for which she is doing her own paintings. Some of her paintings are available for purchase; she can be reached via email at staceylaw70@yahoo.com.

Visit Stacey’s Blog and read her poetry here.

Artist/Author - Stacey Law

Artist/Author – Stacey Law

Some of Stacey's crocheted flowers.

Some of Stacey’s crocheted flowers.

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5 thoughts on “No Flowers, Please by John Ritchie/Stacey Law

  1. Thank you, Eikenlaan, for reading and commenting so kindly. The story was of course inspired by Stacey’s marvellous painting. ‘Read’ the picture and the story just pops out.

    Best

    John

  2. Excellent. Loved the art work too. I too thought they were conjoined twins. It would make a great TV comedy sketch.

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