Wednesday, 25 October 2017



1. a small body of still water, usually fresh; small pond
2. a small isolated collection of liquid spilt or poured on a surface; puddle
3. a deep part of a stream or river where the water runs very slowly
4. an underground accumulation of oil or gas, usually forming a reservoir in porous sedimentary rock
5. short for swimming pool

1. any communal combination of resources, funds, etc.
2. the combined stakes of the betters in many gambling sports or games; kitty
3. (business) . a group of producers who conspire to establish and maintain output levels and high prices, each member of the group being allocated a maximum quota; price ring
4. (finance , mainly US)
a. a joint fund organized by security-holders for speculative or manipulative purposes on financial markets
b. the persons or parties involved in such a combination
5. any of various billiard games in which the object is to pot all the balls with the cue ball, in particular that played with 15 coloured and numbered balls; pocket billiards
-verb (trans.)
6. to combine (investments, money, interests, etc) into a common fund, as for a joint enterprise
7. (business) . to organize a pool of (enterprises)
8. (Australian) (informal) . to inform on or incriminate (someone)

At night
The pool reflects
Upon ghosts spent and gone
Their feeble lights


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