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

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poetry · prose

Kick up a row

Thursday, June 21, 2018. Daily Brit Wit. Kick up a row: Phrase, British informal (also: make up a row) Make a noise or a commotion; make a vigorous protest. "Your lips stick to my skin like dried up honey sweet once upon a time when I was a damsel awaiting rescue high, locked away in a tower;… Continue reading Kick up a row

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

poetry

Radge

Thursday, June 14, 2018. Daily Brit Wit. Radge:  Noun, Scottish informal  A wild, violent, or crazy person. Adjective Wild, crazy, or violent.   "I bottle up the good ole rock n' roll inside a jar keep it safe beside my Queen-sized bed where if I open it a smidge thrumming guitar notes float out like dining… Continue reading Radge

poetry

Champers

Friday, June 8, 2018. Daily Brit Wit. Champers:  Mass noun, British informal  Champagne. "She takes his hand stepping inside a fantasyland where dreams are dazzling sunshine tucked in a bottle with messages stuffed full little I-love-yous years and years to come; and ocean breezes rock the hammock a particular favourite reading nook or best place for… Continue reading Champers