Thursday, 6 August 2009



1. a portable container for holding liquids, characteristically having a neck and mouth and made of glass or plastic.
2. the contents of such a container; as much as such a container contains.
3. bottled cow's milk, milk formulas, or substitute mixtures given to infants instead of mother's milk.
4. the bottle, intoxicating beverages; liquor.
–verb (used with object)
5. to put into or seal in a bottle.
6. British. to preserve (fruit or vegetables) by heating to a sufficient temperature and then sealing in a jar.

–noun Architecture.
1. Also, boutel, boutell, bowtel, bowtell: a convex moulding, as a torus or ovolo.
2. Also, bottle: a curved fractable.

I once wrote you a letter
Which I slipped inside a bottle.
The bottle had held some very nice wine
(I had drunk it all in search for courage and words)
And I thought I had drained it all.
But when you broke the bottle
To read my prose
You found it full of drunken letters
Uproarious grammaticals and
Tittering errors.


martha said...

That's wonderful - drunk on overlooked fumes.

Stacy said...

LOL! I LOVE this one! The image of all the words tipsy & stumbling over each other!

can't you just hear them?

the word "heart" for example,
**pushes the word love out of the way** says: "oh for pete's sake, you there, "LOVE" get back where you belong, *points*, over there...BEHIND the word 'roses'...

Word love is snickering uncontrollably the entire time.

spacedlaw said...

Great scene, Stacy. I do hope they are not too drunk though. That could get really embarassing.