Thursday, 16 May 2013



1. to deviate or cause to deviate from a particular plane, especially a vertical or horizontal plane; slope or slant
2. to be disposed or cause to be disposed (towards some attitude or to do something).
3. to bend or lower (part of the body, especially the head), as in a bow or in order to listen
4. an inclined surface or slope; gradient
5. short for inclined railway (cable railway used on particularly steep inclines unsuitable for normal adhesion locomotives)

A sharp incline
Draws a line between the able
And the disabled worshippers
The zealots and the tourists

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