Friday, 15 January 2010



1. any of various burrowing, carnivorous mammals of the family Mustelidae, as Taxidea taxus, of North America, and Meles meles, of Europe and Asia.
2. the fur of this mammal.
3. Australian.
a. a wombat.
b. any of several insectivorous and herbivorous marsupials of the family Peramelidae, of Australia and New Guinea; some endangered.
4. (initial capital letter) a native or inhabitant of Wisconsin (the Badger State) (used as a nickname).
5. a swab-like device for cleaning excess mortar from the interiors of newly laid tile drains.
–verb (used with object)
6. to harass or urge persistently; pester; nag

Oh the fate,
The irony,
That should make this gentle creature's fur
A tool to badger his human enemy's pelt!


Amity said...

Relating to life, it has so much irony indeed...:)

Nice work Natalie!!!

Amity said...

Hi Natalie;

It's just now that I clicked on your sidebar for the books you are promoting...How could I possibly have a couple of those which I like the most?

I want to go back reading some few good novels and I know that you are a good author-writer, hence this query...:)

Please post your answer in my blog.

Thanks so much dear! Wishing for your answer at your most convenient time..:)

Good day Natalie!

Beth P. said...

Dear Nathalie--
This is very, very clever!

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