-verb tr., intr. 1. To lodge or to be quartered.
-noun 2. A civilian place (as a private home) where soldiers are lodged temporarily.
3. An official order directing someone to provide lodging for soldiers.
4. A short letter or a note.
5. A job appointment.
6. A chunk of wood, suitable for fuel.
7. A metal bar or ingot.
Just a few words
Scribbled on a small piece of blue cardboard
Buried with her.
-noun 1. an instrument of metal, bone, or the like, used by the ancients for writing on waxed tablets, having one end pointed for incising the letters and the other end blunt for rubbing out writing and smoothing the tablet.
2. any of various pointed, pen-shaped instruments used in drawing, artwork, etc.
3. Computers . a pen-shaped device used on a display screen to input commands or handwritten text or drawings.
4. Audio .
a. Also called cutting stylus. a needle used for cutting grooves in making a disk recording to be played on a phonograph.
b. a needle for reproducing the sounds of a phonograph record.
5. any of various pointed wedges used to punch holes in paper or other material, as in writing braille.
6. any of various kinds of pens for tracing a line automatically, as on a recording seismograph or electrocardiograph.
Life has used it stylus
Cutting deep groves around your eyes
Yet you smile still
Your heart of stone as smooth
As the day it was first sculpted
–noun 1. any of numerous, chiefly Old world oscine birds, of the family Alaudidae, characterized by an unusually long, straight hind claw, especially the skylark, Alauda arvensis.
2. any of various similar birds of other families, as the meadowlark and titlark.
–noun 1. a merry, carefree adventure; frolic; escapade.
2. innocent or good-natured mischief; a prank.
3. something extremely easy to accomplish, succeed in, or to obtain.
–verb (used without object) 4. to have fun; frolic; romp.
5. to behave mischievously; play pranks.
6. Fox Hunting . (of a rider) to take jumps unnecessarily
Kittens and children alike
Have much delight for a lark
Mischief and low flying birds
-verb (used without object) 1. to be in agreement or harmony; agree.
-verb (used with object) 2. to make agree or correspond; adapt.
3. to grant; bestow: to accord due praise.
4. Archaic . to settle; reconcile.
-noun 5. proper relationship or proportion; harmony.
6. a harmonious union of sounds, colours, etc.
7. consent or concurrence of opinions or wills; agreement.
8. an international agreement; settlement of questions outstanding among nations.
Showing peace to adversity.
–noun 1. the ascending axis of a plant, whether above or below ground, which ordinarily grows in an opposite direction to the root or descending axis.
2. the stalk that supports a leaf, flower, or fruit.
3. the main body of that portion of a tree, shrub, or other plant which is above ground; trunk; stalk.
4. a cut flower.
5. a petiole; peduncle; pedicel.
6. a stalk of bananas.
7. something resembling or suggesting a leaf or flower stalk.
8. a long, slender part: the stem of a tobacco pipe.
9. the slender, vertical part of a goblet, wineglass, etc., between the bowl and the base.
10.Informal. a drinking glass having a stem.
11.the handle of a spoon.
12.a projection from the rim of a watch, having on its end a knob for winding the watch.
13.the circular rod in some locks about which the key fits and rotates.
14.the rod or spindle by which a valve is operated from outside.
15.the stock or line of descent of a family; ancestry or pedigree.
16.Grammar. the underlying form, often consisting of a root plus an affix, to which the inflectional endings of a word are added, as tend-, the stem in Latin tendere “to stretch,” the root of which is ten-.
17.Music. the vertical line forming part of a note.
18.the main or relatively thick stroke of a letter in printing.
–verb (used with object) 19.to remove the stem from (a leaf, fruit, etc.)
–verb (used without object) 20.to arise or originate
–verb (used with object) 1. to stop, check, or restrain.
2. to dam up; stop the flow of (a stream, river, or the like).
3. to tamp, plug, or make tight, as a hole or joint.
4. Skiing. to manoeuvre (a ski or skis) in executing a stem.
5. to stanch (bleeding).
–verb (used without object) 6. Skiing. to execute a stem.
–noun 7. Skiing. the act or instance of a skier pushing the heel of one or both skis outward so that the heels are far apart, as in making certain turns or slowing down.
–verb (used with object) 1. to make headway against (a tide, current, gale, etc.).
2. to make progress against (any opposition).
1. (at the bow of a vessel) an upright into which the side timbers or plates are jointed.
2. the forward part of a vessel (often opposed to stern).
–verb (used with object) to arrange the loading of (a merchant vessel) within a specified time.
I had to stem my enthusiasm in calligraphy
And thin out the stems from my prose
Now I tiptoe around fragile stalks, tender words
Ungrounded, all tendrils reaching at the sky.
-noun 1. Mycology . the horizontal portion of a mushroom, bearing gills, tubes, etc., on its underside; a cap. 2. Zoology . a. the umbrella or bell of a jellyfish. b. Also called pileum; the top of the head of a bird, from the base of the bill to the nape. 3. Also called cap cloud, scarf cloud. Meteorology . a small, thin cloud just above or attached to a growing cumulus cloud
Tasty pileus A promise of sumptuous pasta Summer boon.
–noun 1. liking or enjoyment of the taste of something. 2. pleasurable appreciation of anything; liking. 3. Cookery . a. something savoury or appetizing added to a meal, as pickles or olives. b. a sweet pickle made of various vegetables, usually chopped or minced. c. an appetizer or hors d'oeuvre. 4. a pleasing or appetizing flavour. 5. a pleasing or enjoyable quality. 6. a taste or flavour. 7. a smack, trace, or touch of something. –verb (used with object) 8. to take pleasure in; like; enjoy. 9. to make pleasing to the taste. 10. to like the taste of. –verb (used without object) 11. to have taste or flavour. 12. to be agreeable.
Relish mirrors, I do not But the trees love them enough They expand the space they’re given To me they are just a prison.
SNARL –verb (used without object) 1. to growl threateningly or viciously, especially with a raised upper lip to bare the teeth, as a dog. 2. to speak in a surly or threatening manner suggestive of a dog's snarl. –verb (used with object) 3. to say by snarling –noun 4. the act of snarling. 5. a snarling sound or utterance.
–noun 1. a tangle, as of thread, hair, or wire. 2. a complicated or confused condition or matter. 3. a knot in wood. –verb (used with object) 4. to bring into a tangled condition, as thread or hair. 5. to render complicated or confused. 6. to raise or emboss, as parts of a thin metal vessel, by hammering on a tool (snarling iron) held against the inner surface of the vessel. –verb (used without object) 7. to become tangled; get into a tangle.
–noun 1. a slender, pliant twig; osier; withe. 2. plaited or woven twigs or osiers as the material of baskets, chairs, etc.; wickerwork. 3. something made of wickerwork, as a basket. –adj. 4. consisting or made of wicker. 5. covered with wicker
Inherent wicker Embedded deep inside the palm Nature’s structural support.