poetry · prose

Banjax

Friday, November 16, 2018. Daily Brit Wit. Banjax:  Verb, with object, (usually as an adjective banjaxed). informal, Irish Ruin, incapacitate, or break.   "My dear sorrow, My stalwart friend, all these years you've been my constant companion like the moon is to Earth, steadfast and loyal, hovering protectively around me no matter what trivialities get in the… Continue reading Banjax

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Craic

Thursday, November 15, 2018. Daily Brit Wit. Craic:  Noun, mass noun, chiefly Irish (also crack) Enjoyable social activity; a good time.   "Puffs of amusement decorate the frigid air as peeling giggles trickle out your chapped, rosy mouth we race like we're so much younger hoping we don't slip on the ice relishing in our craic fun-filled… Continue reading Craic

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Chintzy

Wednesday, November 14, 2018. Daily Brit Wit. Chintzy:  Adjective, British  Of, like, or decorated with chintz. Brightly colorful but gaudy and tasteless. "Platinum identities present lifespans petering out along the Atlantic's floorboard glistening seaweed waltzing round deadhead waterlilies white, murky petals a hallowed dome erected a solitary cemetery to keep life out here nobody mourns in… Continue reading Chintzy

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Snooker

Tuesday, November 13, 2018. Daily Brit Wit. Snooker:  Verb, with object, British  Leave (someone) in a difficult position; thwart. "Spherical sanity laments autumn morns in tumbling azure toned glory sobbing out broken waterfalls as I climb up the ledge huffing toward asthma attack central rocks slipping into my uncomfortable inanities stretching out legitimate peculiarities until I… Continue reading Snooker