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I posted one of my favourite Bradburian three-worders above...

But, maybe I'll come up with a few quizzes as you did. I like that sort of thing.
 
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Yll goes hunting!


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Yes he does. With mask and 'bees'...

"...drink to me only with thine eyes..."
 
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OK. This says it all:
"...to a brilliance."


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HOOOOONK!! Sorry. Time's up.

Polish the Bottom of (that) Fruit Bowl!


No takers? OK. I'll take my ball and play be myself then:
"Jelly Roll Blues" ?


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I haven't had time at home (where my Bradbury books are) to research for answers.
After work I'm usually rehearsing til 10:00 or so, then dealing with domestic maintenance til fairly late, then I'm up at 5:00 for banausic activity; so can usually only get to books at lunch, weekends, or sometimes late at night. This one's got me intrigued, though. I think it might be from a recent tale? I'll try to find out...
 
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Jer?


Onward to Mars!
 
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Yeah, Dean?
 
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William Shatner, poet.
 
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"Jelly Roll Blues," very old story. "The Big Black-and-White Game." Also mentioned by Thomas Wolfe in "Look Homeward, Angel."
 
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Homerun, Dandy! Get the "ball" clue?
Go ahead, three simple words.

BrII: "Domestic maintenance" ~ I like that!
Typical day here, 6am to 12:30-1am!
No kiddi. . . zzz


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It's amazing how little sleep one can get by on when one has dependents.
I usually take little naps while driving.
 
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Death to phones!
 
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Oh well, looks like nobody's playing with me, either.

Q. William Shatner, poet.
A. The Rocket Man.

Doesn't anyone else remember Shatner reciting Elton John's Bradbury-inspired "Rocket Man" as a poem?
 
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I was really pondering on this one, gs. Good one. Toss in another!

Per Captain Kirk reciting Rocket Man, I can only imagine his well-paced-recitation-of:
"And-I-think-it's-gonna-be-a-long-long-time!"


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