poetry

Poxy

Sunday, June 24, 2018. Daily Brit Wit. Poxy:  Adjective, informal, chiefly British  Of poor quality; worthless. "And after all this time I am nothing more than the addict: haven't you picked up on it? Hands flexing, reaching for something your hand a suitable substitute yet the itch still remains. Bruises littering my body like a map of Manchester… Continue reading Poxy

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poetry

Too – by half

Saturday, June 23, 2018. Daily Brit Wit. Too -- by half:  Phrase, British  Used to emphasize something considered bad. "Violet rain evaporates the evanescent Irish summer skies hiding acidic teardrops in rampaging disappointment when he whispers secrets of the world over, his lips caressing your earlobe planting red-light heartaches into your chest cavity, tooth-aching sweetness, condensation… Continue reading Too – by half

poetry · prose

Cha

Tuesday, June 19, 2018. Daily Brit Wit. Cha: Noun, mass noun, British informal (also: char) Tea. "Sun rays kiss my neck a hint of flesh the world to see gaze upon minutely and worship leave me sun-kissed under crisp, cerulean skies lavish upon me all your attentions sapphire encrusted diadem atop my sable curls; for my beauty… Continue reading Cha