Wednesday, 14 October 2015



-verb (intr.)
1. (followed by “over”) . to make a close intent examination or study (of a book, map, etc.)
2. (followed by “over” or “upon”) . to think deeply (about) 
3. (followed by “over”, “on”, or “upon”) (rare) . to look earnestly or intently (at); gaze fixedly (upon)

1. (anatomy, zoology) any small opening in the skin or outer surface of an animal
2. (botany) any small aperture, especially that of a stoma through which water vapour and gases pass
3. any other small hole, such as a space in a rock, soil, etc.

I pore over faded letters
But fail to decipher

A Celtic message

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