Tag: words

Tried, Tired, Tiring of trying

26 November, 2010 (12:00) | Wax Poetic

dry eyes dry hands white skies white lands winter weathers falling like feathers So familiar, nay, known So family, called home.

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Moore Soars

10 November, 2010 (12:00) | Wax Poetic

A cited source Excited more. A sight of sores: A site of moor.

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How a Look Sounds

8 October, 2010 (12:00) | Wax Poetic

You were odd, and I was awed by the scene that I’ve seen one thousand times in TIME’s big story I read in big bold red capital letters, capitol letters to the Prince of Persia, prints of presents to be bestowed in his presence by a maid who made the room appear like a pier […]

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It’s Give or Take

25 August, 2010 (12:00) | Wax Poetic

Give someone a shove, and they take flight. Give one some love, and they take your night. Take someone’s breath away, and they give you love. Take the time in a day, and they give answers from above.

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Pour some shook up ramen

20 August, 2010 (12:00) | Geeked Out

A malapropism (AKA dogberryism or acyrologia) is a phrase or word that can substitute to sound like another word phrase. Just like when you have some misheard song lyrics (These are called mondegreens btw), usually these have funny stories if they come up in real life situations. Here are a few examples of ones I’ve […]

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The Most Beautiful Words I Never Spoke

24 February, 2010 (14:40) | Wax Poetic

When the most beautiful words I never spoke, Are at the tip of my tongue and then I choke On the possibility that you might respond, And then we’ll meet, and I’ll grow fond Of the way your hair slowly covers your eye. Or the way your hand gently brushes mine. Or how the blood […]

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