Haiku: Zappa Solstice

Today is the Winter Solstice, the “shortest day” and therefore the start of many rebirth legends and fables that are liberally sprinkled throughout human history, give or take a few days. Rather than reflect on the meaning of Stonehenge or myriad superstitions associated with this time of year I prefer to pay homage to one of my favorite artists of all time who was born this day, in 1940 – the late, great Frank Zappa:

~ Frank Zappa ~

On Winter’s solstice

This Mother of Invention

Brings forth Jazz from Hell!

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(By Discreet Records (ebay front back) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons)

~Richard

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