Wednesday, 31 October 2012



1 : the representation or assumption of a future act or development as if presently existing or accomplished
2 : the application of an adjective to a noun in anticipation of the result of the action of the verb

Or the casual art
Of hidden prolepsis
Hoping for the best
To win

Tuesday, 30 October 2012



1. the act or process of concocting
2. something concocted
3. an untruth; lie

We struggle with our concoctions
Laying word after word
In hope to build a story
The ultimate sweeping lie
A potage of notions and motions

Monday, 29 October 2012



-verb (used with object)
1. to hit (someone or something) repeatedly using heavy blows, as with a club or other heavy instrument; beat heavily
2. (often passive) to damage or injure, as by blows, heavy wear, etc
3. social welfare . to subject (a person, especially a close relative living in the same house) to repeated physical violence
4. to subject (a person, opinion, or theory) to harsh criticism; attack

1. a mixture of flour, milk or water, eggs, etc., beaten together for use in cookery.
-verb (used with object)
2. to coat with batter.

a player who swings a bat or whose turn it is to bat, as in cricket or baseball.

1. the slope of the face of a wall that recedes gradually backwards and upwards
-verb (used without object)
2. to have such a slope

Battered walls
And paintings
Bruised by ugly slogans
Coated in filth
An urban struggle
For voice

Sunday, 28 October 2012



harsh, bitter, or astringent; sour

I claimed
An exploding pomegranate
From the tree
Only to find out
It was still very much acerbic