Tuesday, 24 February 2009

Phalanx

PHALANX

noun
1. tight group: a group of people, animals, or objects that are moving or standing closely together
2. ancient troop formation: especially in ancient Greece, a group of soldiers that attacked in close formation, protected by their overlapping shields and projecting spears
3. (plural pha·lan·ges) finger and toe bone: a finger or toe bone of a human being or vertebrate animal



On my shelves
A phalanx of books
Demanding to be read.
And cats.

1 comment:

Dina said...

Marvelous!