Tags » Blatant

blatant the part

actions as its own keeping

as its own current

as the past as its own

caught as its own choice

the  rule

and akward

and standing… 44 more words

Poems

Pride

You’ve blatantly been so unconcerned,
Oh in the name of your heightened ego!!
When one slap was too much for you
I’d say you deserve a punch in your face… 82 more words

Grammy Spammy – Political Entertainers Hijack TV

You may have thought late-night talk-show monologues, NFL kneel-downs, and Golden Globes “protests” were political, until you watched the Grammys. The Oscars have been the leader in this “ambush” category until lately. 272 more words

Mind

Legerity

Legerity

Alert facile quickness of mind or body

“Legerity.” Merriam-Webster.com. Merriam-Webster, n.d. Web. 10 Oct. 2017.

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Vocabulary

Blatant

Blatant

  1. Noisy, especially in a vulgar or offensive manner.
  2. Completely obvious, conspicuous, or obtrusive especially in a crass or offensive manner.

“Blatant.” Merriam-Webster.com. Merriam-Webster, n.d. Web. 6 Oct. 2017.

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Vocabulary

blatant as neither

tiresome

as its own rise

as the learning

as its the turning

impact as its the other

and caught as its own meaning

and caught… 47 more words

Poems