A wheel that does not turn - you're Jokin'<br />
A clock that wont tell time is broken<br />
A non existent place, my dove,<br />
Is the place where you and I make love!<br />
Well, I dont get the woman even in my dreams! <br />
And most women just dont get me!, it seems!<br />
I love to joke and flirt, but not a troll am I,<br />
I am just a a flirty but harmless old(er) guy!
Well, if we cant make beautiful music together, maybe poetry..
A locked steering wheel in your car does not turn.<br />
A clock with missing hands does not tell time.<br />
A place that does not exist is the Ottoman Empire.
Color wheel, Sundial at night, utopia
Well, the colors are stationary. There may be a fancy version that I do not know of that might have layers but the wheel is basically a pie chart. - Utopia, well, my utopia would not be yours, and therefore it could not exist. everyone would want their own twist to it. The sundial is a clock, but it casts a shadow and really does not tell time. You have to have it is the exact position, and that chages for your global location as well. Plus it only works with the sun, so even cloudy days ruin it.
Color wheels don't spin. They are used to find complementing colors. If you find a RED on the wheel , you go to the opposite side of the wheel and find some colors that complement the particular shade of RED you selected.
You can find them at Home Depot and Lowe's.
Wigglebottom, there is a "fancier version". It is called the Munsel Color wheel. It is called a wheel, but is really a three dimensional block. Go figure. It shows color in three dimensions. Color, Value and Hue. Many people use color and hue interchangably, but they are not the same thing. One has to do with color, red, blue, and yellow. While Hue has to do with saturation of the color. How red or how pink a color is for example. Value is how light or dark a color is. The Munsell wheel does not turn, it works in a linear fashion, up, down and sideways and is actually a block, a cube. A wheel can be made and is for compliments and discords, but that is really only two of it's dimensions when used this way.
Thank you, I know an Art student and I do not think she even knows of this. I may have to get one for her.
Can I put a sock in it?
Atlantis doesn't exist, the sun doesn't tell percise time but is ultimately a clock, and a water wheel in the desert doesn't turn.
A broken one, an unspoken one, one that isnt there
Circle of Life<br />
Time of the Ages- History <br />
You Imagination / Shambala and Xanadu (Cities of fantasy in the Himalaya mountains )
Well, I was thinking of the circle of life as a wheel...you are born you have experiences you get older you die someone else is born...
And I was thinking of history as a linear experience . Have you ever seen those history charts that list the most significant events in a year...they will list 1400 and an event , 1450 and an event......it is like a clock but it does not tell time...........anyhow, that is what I was thinking. That was my thought process.
Since we (humans) are part of history, whether large or small parts, the circle of life is still linear, as history (Time of the Ages) is. Just as the Cowboy Fan said. Seems pretty logical to me.
a broken clock that dont go tick tock never never land where time stood still <br />
the wheel of life
you should google the wheel of life then your see
a wagon wheel the ones you eat
There is an island here that has some quirks in its place names:<br />
Needles you cannot thread, Cowes you cannot milk, Freshwater you cannot drink and Ryde where you can walk
The Isle of Wight. You can buy postcards there with those rhymes on them; its one of the quirks that the islanders are proud of
Barbie's in her penthouse,
As stuck up as a louse,
While the Captain is out at sea,
About to crash into a tree,
Because his wheel just will not turn,
When suddenly he hits a burm,
And hits the power line instead,
Now Little Johnny wakes up in bed,
Midnight! His clock has stopped!
He trips on his floor just mopped,
On his way out the door,
Throws a rock at the clock to settle the score,
Away, away, under the sea,
Lays an ancient country,
Now just blocks and dust,
And a little bit of rust,
Where this civilization once stood.
(Sorry, if this isn't what you were hoping for, but at least it's still a rhyme)