After the suffering He jilted her with no regrets And moved on with life. Word of the day is jilt: v. To cast off or reject (someone such as a lover) capriciously or unfeelingly
Hurling words in vain When there’s nothing to be gain It’s a waste of time. Word of the day is hurl: v. To throw (something) with force; to say or shout (something such as an insult) in a loud and forceful way.
Calliblephary, Add concealer and powder Your mask is ready. Word of the day is calliblephary: n. A cosmetic for enhancing the appearance of the eyes; eyeshadow
Opiddan life Doesn’t have anything on me I’m a country girl. Word of the day is oppidan: adj. Of a town, urban.
Lost my worn paddle So can’t play pickleball Add me on losers list. Word of the day is pickleball: n. A game similar to tennis played with short paddles and a light perforated plastic ball.
Word of the day is hierophanic: adj. sacred; that embodies sacred power Thousands of years spent Destroying hierophanic, Powerful ideas.
Word of the day is caricature: n. A drawing that makes someone look funny or foolish because some part of the person’s appearance is exagerated. Ears too big, eyes narrow I despise this lying mirror… A caricature.
Word of the day whang: n. A sharp, pungent,or unpleasant flavour or aftertaste. A terrible whang After trying something new Back to old routine…
Word of the day connectome: n. The network of nerve cells and their connections found in the brain or other part of the nervous system; a description or map of such a network Complex connectome Designed to make connections In our own great maze.
Word of the day is copious: adj. Very large in amount and number. A copious feast It’s mindfully devoured by The empty humans.