poetry · prose

Newsagent

Thursday, June 20, 2019. Daily Brit Wit. Newsagent:  Noun, British  A person or shop selling newspapers, magazines, or confectionery, etc.   "I am your deranged symphony cacophony of clambering percussions and whinging violins favouring high frequency vibratos as the softest song I shall sing from the depths of my soul brings to life my darkness an… Continue reading Newsagent

poetry · prose

Cack-handed

Monday, June 17, 2019. Daily Brit Wit. Cack-handed:  Adjective, British informal  Inept; clumsy. Left-handed. "Under the ocean's umbrella I have perforated my thoughts dropped them one by one like a lover picking apart rose petals loves me loves me not loves me ... and it occurs to me swift like the setting sun I may be completely… Continue reading Cack-handed

poetry · prose

Sickie

Thursday, May 30, 2019. Daily Brit Wit. Sickie:  Noun, informal, British  A day taken as sick leave when one is not actually ill. "I'll burn the wicks out of both ends this midnight oil of mine dreams saturated beneath beguiling battles and pulsating sceneries drenching me in Technicolor rain it isn't always about creative intelligence more… Continue reading Sickie