Monday, 15 June 2015



1. a counter where light refreshments are served
2. a meal at which guests help themselves from a number of dishes and often eat standing up
3. a piece of furniture used from medieval times to the 18th century for displaying plates, etc., and typically comprising one or more cupboards and some open shelves
4. (Scottish & Northern England, dialect) . a kind of low stool, pouffe, or hassock

1. (trans.) to knock against or about; batter 
2. (trans.) to hit, especially with the fist; cuff
3. to force (one's way), as through a crowd
4. (intr.) to struggle; battle
5. a blow, especially with a fist or hand
6. aerodynamic excitation of an aircraft structure by separated flows

I tried
Several time
In the night
To buffet my way
Through this crowd
To walk a little quicker
It closed on me
Each time

Spitting my bones

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