poetry · prose


Saturday, July 21, 2018. Daily Brit Wit. Going:  Adjective, predicative, chiefly British  Existing or available; to be had. "Acidic flowers dance in the breeze whilst Antarctic skies stutter and freeze a symphony of rain pelting out the fury we feel in the marrow of our bones as the seasons unjustly change. Petals drop by twos and… Continue reading Going

poetry · prose


Friday, July 20, 2018. Daily Brit Wit. Oik:  Noun, British informal  An uncouth or obnoxious person. "Stars align in agitation sparking out indignities like school children, singing and twisting round-- planets rotate gently like the swaying wind on the beach, wind tousling hair and chin tilted back for maximum heat exposure, none the wiser-- galaxies gesticulate… Continue reading Oik