Wednesday, 10 September 2008



transitive verb:
1. To entertain with something that delights.
2. To entertain sumptuously with fine food and drink.
intransitive verb:
1. To feast.
1. A sumptuous feast.
2. A choice food; a delicacy.
3. Refreshment.

You’d regale in
Wrapping my heart with your love
Until it couldn’t beat anymore.
Just an ornate empty shell
On your memory shelf.


Fionnuala said...

Widget brought you to me and me to you! I love the word of the day concept - do you mind if I link your blog from mine? F

spacedlaw said...

No, not at all!

Trixie said...

Amazing the difference a word can mean! Also from the widget. HI!!!

Lady in red said...

another widget addict here

Daryl said...

Widget brought me here .. love this ... I will be back


Kate said...

I came here via the widget, then went back to my blog and you'd just been there!
Spooky widget...

CrazyCath said...

Hi - widget brought me over here too. Great words. I'll come again.

Ashley Ladd said...

I came through the widget, too. I love learning new words. I have a word a day sent to my work email.

willow said...

Regale is such a nice word! I've arrived via the mysterious black box...