Thursday, 26 March 2015

Direct



DIRECT

-verb (mainly trans.)
1. to regulate, conduct, or control the affairs of
2. (also intr.) to give commands or orders with authority to (a person or group)
3. to tell or show (someone) the way to a place
4. to aim, point, or cause to move towards a goal
5. to address (a letter, parcel, etc.)
6. to address (remarks, words, etc.)
7. (also intr.) to provide guidance to (actors, cameramen, etc.) in the rehearsal of a play or the filming of a motion picture
8. (also intr.) to conduct (a piece of music or musicians), usually while performing oneself
9. another word (especially US) for controlling or guiding (an orchestra, choir, etc.) by the movements of the hands or a baton
-adj.
10. without delay or evasion; straightforward
11. without turning aside; uninterrupted; shortest; straight
12. without intervening persons or agencies; immediate
13. honest; frank; candid
14. (usually prenominal) precise; exact
15. diametrical
16. in an unbroken line of descent, as from father to son over succeeding generations
17. (of government, decisions, etc.) by or from the electorate rather than through representatives
18. (logic, mathematics) (of a proof) progressing from the premises to the conclusion, rather than eliminating the possibility of the falsehood of the conclusion (astronomy) moving from west to east on the celestial sphere
of or relating to direct current
19. (of a secondary induced current) having the same direction as the primary current
20. (music)
a. (of motion) in the same direction
b. (of an interval or chord) in root position; not inverted
-adv.
21. directly; straight




















I went through pages and pages
Looking for a direct answer
Before realizing I had to write it

Wednesday, 25 March 2015

Dire



DIRE

-adj. (usually prenominal)
1. Also: direful . disastrous; fearful
2. desperate; urgent.
3. foreboding disaster; ominous

























Here in this forum
For the tiniest lapse
I felt a dire urge
To run up those stairs
And fly
But remembered
In time
That my wings had been
Clipped at birth
And sealed inside
My occipital bone

Tuesday, 24 March 2015

Dragon



DRAGON

-noun
1. a mythical monster usually represented as breathing fire and having a scaly reptilian body, wings, claws, and a long tail
2. (informal) a fierce, violent person.
3. (informal) a very watchful and strict woman.
4. any of various very large lizards, especially the Komodo dragon
5. any of various North American aroid plants, especially the green dragon
6. (Christianity) a manifestation of Satan or an attendant devil
7. a yacht of the International Dragon Class, 8.88m long (29.2 feet), used in racing
8. Archaic. a huge serpent or snake.



















Against a stark future
Garish dragons taking over
Kitsch revolution