Friday, June 17, 2011

WHY

is there a DEAD FISH under the pine tree in the neighbor's yard? --the tree, I might add, that is right up next to our property?

Why, exactly?

And for how long will the smell pervade the Eastern end of our yard?

(I realize that this is a peculiar return to blogging after nearly a month's hiatus. But it needed to be said more urgently, apparently, than anything else that I could impart.)

(More soon.)

6 comments:

heu mihi said...

I suppose that it would be stranger if it were a live fish.

Dr. Koshary said...

An incompetent attempt to fertilize the soil for the tree, a la the Massachusetts Bay Native Americans?

Notorious Ph.D. said...

Ditto to both above.

Perhaps it's performance art?

P said...

Dead fish. Yuck. Welcome back!

Ink said...

Maybe it's a new trend? "Welcome home! We missed you! Here's a dead fish!"

anthea said...

Welcome back!

Maybe the fish tasted so bad that your neighbours rushed it out side and dumped it under the tree and promptly forgot about it. Was it cooked or has it decayed much to tell?