poetry · prose

Squiffy

Friday, October 5, 2018. Daily Brit Wit. Squiffy:  Adjective, British informal  Slightly drunk. "Ode to Musie"  "Good chaotic energy she tries and recreates like a witch before a cauldron sparks of violet electrifying her hands in a sphere expanding like a galaxy infinite until it stutters like an unexpected hiccough pausing her autonomy like a checked engine… Continue reading Squiffy

poetry · prose

Redundant

Thursday, October 4, 2018. Daily Brit Wit. Redundant:  Adjective, British  Laid off; no longer in employment because there is no more work available. "Ode to Musie"  "Let it go flying-- sailing through time and space disregarding propriety as anxieties spring upward and throat spasms to close because your muse is lazy indifferent goddess divined to be… Continue reading Redundant

poetry · prose

Half

Tuesday, August 14, 2018. Daily Brit Wit. Half:  Noun, British informal  Half a pint of beer or a similar drink. "You followed the scattered daises all the way to me like a floral treasure hunt soft and white with sprinklings of yellow at the epicentre where you called me your ray of sunshine despite my protestations… Continue reading Half