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

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