Sunday 31 March 2013



1. the oval or round reproductive body laid by the females of birds, reptiles, fishes, insects, and some other animals, consisting of a developing embryo, its food store, and sometimes jelly or albumen, all surrounded by an outer shell or membrane
2. Also called: egg cell  . any female gamete; ovum
3. the egg of the domestic hen used as food
4. something resembling an egg, especially in shape or in being in an early stage of development
5. old-fashioned , informal - bad egg
  a. a bad person
  b. an exclamation of dismay
6. old-fashioned , informal - good egg
  a. a good person
  b. an exclamation of delight
7. slang  (chiefly US, Canadian) - lay an egg
  a. to make a joke or give a performance, etc., that fails completely
  b. (of a joke, performance, etc.) to fail completely; flop
8. to dip (food) in beaten egg before cooking
9. informal  (US) to throw eggs at

-verb  (usually followed by “on”)
 to urge or incite, especially to daring or foolish acts


They are egging me on
Daring me to make an omelette
In mass murder attempt

Saturday 30 March 2013



1. badly illuminated: a dim room
2. not clearly seen; indistinct; faint
3. having weak or indistinct vision
4. lacking in understanding; mentally dull
5. not clear in the mind; obscure
6. lacking in brilliance, brightness, or lustre
7. tending to be unfavourable; gloomy or disapproving
8. to become or cause to become dim
9. (trans.) to cause to seem less bright, as by comparison
10. (US, Canadian) (trans. ) Also called (in Britain and certain other countries): dip . to switch (car headlights) from the main to the lower beam

I take him to be a little dim
Something he takes a dim look to
As well as to my presence there

Friday 29 March 2013



1. a. the inundation of land that is normally dry through the overflowing of a body of water, especially a river
  b. the state of a river that is at an abnormally high level (especially in the phrase in flood )
2. a great outpouring or flow: a flood of words
3. the rising of the tide from low to high water
4. theatre .  short for floodlight
5. archaic . a large body of water, as the sea or a river
6. (of water) to inundate or submerge (land) or (of land) to be inundated or submerged
7. to fill or be filled to overflowing, as with a flood
8. (intr.) to flow; surge
9. to supply an excessive quantity of petrol to (a carburettor or petrol engine) or (of a carburettor, etc.) to be supplied with such an excess
10. (intr.) to rise to a flood; overflow
11. (intr.)
  a. to bleed profusely from the uterus, as following childbirth
  b. to have an abnormally heavy flow of blood during a menstrual period

Winter brings its load of floods
Brown pachyderm-like waters
Ready to brake bridges and drown a city