Wednesday, 26 April 2017

Immune

IMMUNE

-adj.
1. protected against a specific disease by inoculation or as the result of innate or acquired resistance
2. relating to or conferring immunity
3. (usually postpositive ; followed by “to”) . unsusceptible (to) or secure (against)
4. exempt from obligation, penalty, etc.
-noun
5. an immune person or animal


























A paper doll
Wrapped in arguments
Immune to the steps of desire.
A dream of beauty

and strange words.

Tuesday, 25 April 2017

Sudden

SUDDEN

-adj.
1. occurring or performed quickly and without warning
2. marked by haste; abrupt
3. (rare) rash; precipitate
-noun
4. (archaic) an abrupt occurrence or the occasion of such an occurrence (in the phrase on a sudden)
-adv.
5. (mainly poetic) without warning; suddenly


























Suddenness
Such sublime shock
Somehow so simple
When suggestive sun
Shorn from space
Sudden twilight
A sober strike


Monday, 24 April 2017

Graffiti

GRAFFITI

-plural noun (singular: graffito)
1. (sometimes with singular verb) . drawings, messages, etc., scribbled on walls, advertising posters, etc.
2. (archaeology) inscriptions or drawings scratched or carved onto a surface, especially rock or pottery
-verb
3. (intr.; often passive) . to be inscribed or defaced with graffiti
4. to inscribe or draw graffiti on (a wall, etc.)


























Behold a graffiti of some adult hero
Without present, just a shining future
An impersonation of the spirit of mankind
Shimmering as much as the sun on the floor
Of that sea that never stopped being our world


Sunday, 23 April 2017

Glass

GLASS

-noun
1. a hard brittle transparent or translucent non-crystalline solid, consisting of metal silicates or similar compounds. It is made from a fused mixture of oxides, such as lime, silicon dioxide, etc., and is used for making windows, mirrors, bottles, etc.
2. any compound that has solidified from a molten state into a non-crystalline form
3. something made of glass, especially a drinking vessel, a barometer, or a mirror
4. the amount contained in a drinking glass . Also called : glassful
5. glassware collectively
-verb (trans.)
6. to cover with, enclose in, or fit with glass
7. (informal) . to hit (someone) in the face with a glass or a bottle

























Who should overspend the first day of the world?
Raising a toast of affectionate relief and strong terror
So strenuous our glass nearly shattered?
Hopes were dreamt of then

Yet promptly forgotten



Saturday, 22 April 2017

Flaunt

FLAUNT

-verb
1. to display (possessions, oneself, etc.) ostentatiously; show off
2. to wave or cause to wave freely; flutter
-noun
3. the act of flaunting

























The neighbour’s
Flaunting belly

Is a cuddle trap

Friday, 21 April 2017

Boogie

BOOGIE

-verb (intr.)
1. to dance to pop music
2. to make love
-noun
3. a session of dancing to pop music

























A pattern of good manners
Drawing textures of explanations
Modern art boogie

Thursday, 20 April 2017

Ultimate

ULTIMATE

-adj.
1. conclusive in a series or process; last; final
2. the highest or most significant
3. elemental, fundamental, basic, or essential
4. most extreme
5. final or total
-noun
6. the most significant, highest, furthest, or greatest thing


























It was lonely and still
Ultimate shades of agony
Running away along
A desert street, a long dream.

Such is the measure of a mind,
And the strange bird may sink
In the consciousness of people:
One of the last love of the world is sunset.

No one has to be there.


Wednesday, 19 April 2017

Confession

CONFESSION

-noun
1. the act of confessing
2. something confessed
3. an acknowledgment or declaration, especially of one's faults, misdeeds, or crimes
4. (Christianity , mainly Roman Catholic Church) . the act of a penitent accusing himself or herself of his or her sins
5. a religious denomination or sect united by a common system of beliefs

























A blind confession of old
Grateful light that keeps time travel
Across the human soul and a sky

The ravished streets of the body

Tuesday, 18 April 2017

Compact

COMPACT

-adj.
1. closely packed together; dense
2. neatly fitted into a restricted space
3. concise; brief
4. well-constructed; solid; firm
5. (followed by “of”) . composed or made up (of)
6. denoting a tabloid-sized version of a newspaper that has traditionally been published in broadsheet form
7. (logic) . (of a relation) having the property that for any pair of elements such that a is related to b, there is some element c such that a is related to c and c to b, as less than on the rational numbers
8. (US and Canadian) . (of a car) small and economical
-verb (trans.)
9. to pack or join closely together; compress; condense
10. (followed by “of”) to create or form by pressing together
11. (metallurgy) . to compress (a metal powder) to form a stable product suitable for sintering
-noun
12. a small flat case containing a mirror, face powder, etc., designed to be carried in a woman's handbag
13. (US and Canadian) . a comparatively small and economical car
14. (metallurgy) . a mass of metal prepared for sintering by cold-pressing a metal powder
15. a tabloid-sized version of a newspaper that has traditionally been published in broadsheet form

-noun
1. an official contract or agreement


























She was an abstract blur,
A wall of compact green
With its fair stone slant
Her skin and the limbs of the sky
Lights in a colour of the stars
And the sun became white,
White and shallower

Beneath her carnivorous eyes.

Monday, 17 April 2017

Hyperbole

HYPERBOLE

-noun
a deliberate exaggeration used for effect

















An adult portrait of a third boy
Translated by some subtle old man,
Heard by the sound of a bee,
The impression of steel and stars.

The world, sand on the body

Of a butterfly hyperbole.

Sunday, 16 April 2017

Hogget

HOGGET

-noun
1. (British dialect , Australian and New Zealand) . a sheep up to the age of one year that has yet to be sheared
2. the meat of this sheep

























Little fuzzy hogget
Dreaming of surviving Easter
In the cold and familiar night of the spirits
Chanting the compass of the earth


Saturday, 15 April 2017

Hustle

HUSTLE

-verb
1. to shove or crowd (someone) roughly
2. to move or cause to move hurriedly or furtively
3. (trans.) to deal with or cause to proceed hurriedly
4. (slang) to earn or obtain (something) forcefully
5. (US and Canadian) (slang) . (of procurers and prostitutes) to solicit
-noun
6. an instance of hustling
7. undue activity
8. a disco dance of the 1970s

























Grey surface
Making hustle

All the more blatant

Friday, 14 April 2017

Compatriot

COMPATRIOT

-noun
a person from one's own country





















Now she was not a fool.
Thinking of the charge
Of a completely complex life
And diminutive compatriots
Conscious of a real crisis

And a portrait set to find her.

Thursday, 13 April 2017

Summons

SUMMONS

-noun
1. a call, signal, or order to do something, especially to appear in person or attend at a specified place or time
2. a. an official order requiring a person to attend court, either to answer a charge or to give evidence
b. the writ making such an order
3. a call or command given to the members of an assembly to convene a meeting
-verb
4. to take out a summons against (a person)

















Behold the children of conversation
Weak-faced and staring at their screen
Where physical interaction
Becomes a summons of death,
An apostrophe in the river of the heart.

Wednesday, 12 April 2017

Orchid

ORCHID

-noun
any terrestrial or epiphytic plant of the family Orchidaceae, often having flowers of unusual shapes and beautiful colours, specialized for pollination by certain insects

























Light streams in
Through the orchid forest
She likes to lose herself in
Tainting her world

With jungle fever