Herbie Mann Comin' Home

Sunday, October 17, 2010

The Trinket





Found it lying on the beach while the wind was kicking sand up.  Pocketed it.  No one could tell me what it was.  No one claimed it.  Shoved it in a drawer.  





Girlfriend finally said yes.  Got the job. Won big money.  Best tables in New York.  On Letterman, his pal.  Produced more shows than Merv Griffin.  Main house now in Malibu.  Speaking to the waves each night.  Who do I thank?  Who's going to take it back?


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4 comments:

  1. It's yours now! Don't give it up! You could, however, lend it out to those of us who need some really good luck!!

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  2. Judie,

    Life's so good, I'm afraid to move!

    Trulyfool

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  3. It's always so mysteriously wonderful to find something that seems to have been lost just for you to find. Loved this TT.

    HERE IS MINE

    PG

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  4. PG,

    Thanks for your good words about this. Since we don't know much, certainly not enough, about things, what fills the gaps is 'mystery', the myths that we create or find given and fulfilling.

    I love that it's not just 'laid out' in plain sight. I want to discover it -- or miss it by a little?

    Went to your site, and will visit again

    TFool

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