Monday, 25 December 2017



1. a large and sumptuous meal, usually given as an entertainment for several people
2. a periodic religious celebration
3. something extremely pleasing or sumptuous
4. (intr.) to eat a feast
5. (intr.; usually followed by “on”) to enjoy the eating (of), as if feasting
6. (trans.) to give a feast to
7. (intr.; followed by “on”) to take great delight (in)
8. (trans.) to regale or delight

Feast your eyes upon darkness
A library turned cake at night
By liberal application of light

Whipped into seasonal frenezy

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