Choose your message ... deliciously
unhappy with traditional work,
jet black bobby-trap money order
... very thoughtfully.
But the typesetting
that single-handedly ransomed
comfy nighttime sermon
swamped gospel celluloid
Buddha critic needed alpine milk shakes
in irreparable prosthetic militancy.
Did u hear?
Peach aphid negation-proof textbook sneeze provides
pills from Canadian pharmacy.
This is your chance!
You might be able to solve this caterpillar madness paralysis.
Handing them over seems redundant.
So why do you continue to bash them?
- Francis Bartlett
As one of the three main conspirators behind The Throckmorton Plot, Mr. Bartlett (1549-1583) spent much of his time writing Gaelic poetry and tending to his garlic crops. Descended from a family of orchard growers, originally surnamed Homme dePoire, Francis received training to follow in his family’s footsteps, but occupied his spare time with poetry. In 1579, Francis Bartlett met Francis Throckmorton and together, they held hands and skipped across the European continent, meeting bleeding Catholic malt contents from England in Spain and France. Francis and Francis were imprisoned when they returned to England and, under torture, Francis revealed a plot to invade England with the help of foreign troops to place Mary Stuart (Queen of Scotland) on the throne. Francis also named several allies (including Francis) in his confession. His entire confession was composed as a sonnet to which Queen Elizabeth I famously responded, “We are not amused”... a phase later stolen by Queen Victoria in response to Roger Waters’ 1992 album. Francis Bartlett was executed in 1583 by method of drawn and quartered, which he rhymed with fawn and sorted.