June 6: Grr

Through growling grogginess I do perceive A growing groundswell of determined grit To grab with gruffness, nevermore to grieve For time lost as in gross gridlock we sit. Grandiloquent is our collective grouse, With gravitas our grievances we air, Grappling regret we ever left the house, Exchanging the most gratifying glares. It's said that misery … Continue reading June 6: Grr

June 5: Craft

It's pleasurable to take a single word And craft a couplet that conveys a thought That won't seem obvious or too absurd, And won't result in language overwrought. So when a thought's expressed in prosody That mimics a vernacular expression, By means of dictional simplicity, That stylish choice can cloud lines of succession- For oh, … Continue reading June 5: Craft