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A Literal Death

A Reverie – on linguistic bugbears, slang, cliché, and the vernacular

Have a good day
You guys

You know what I mean
For back in the day…

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Poetry

Reverie Chenin Blanc 2016 - A Masterful Skin Contact White Creation From Jacques de Klerk...

I think I first met Jacques de Klerk of The Winery of Good Hope a few years ago at a ‘very liquid’ casual fine wine dinner in Stellenbosch organised by Ryan Mostert and Samantha Suddons of Silvervis / Terracura fame. 215 more words

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Diane Arbus dreams
of dissected twins in love
while teething on grass.
John Biscello

Twitter Reverie - What the sheep do

The masses wonder why they are called sheep. At least sheep act like a sheep for protection, they all huddle together for safety and warmth. Humans are capable of thinking and we should all want a basic level of care for all. 9 more words

Philosophy

'Reverie' DC Restaurant Review

Promising Restaurant & Great Addition to DC Food Scene

The definition of a good restaurant has evolved perpetually for me. I used to rely on reviews and ratings from various sites when I first started dining out on my own as a young adult. 359 more words

Restaurant Reviews

Micropoem - Melding Life Death

The atmospheric prism
A colorful example
Of invisible prison
A thin line
Melding Life Death

Philosophy

the gift

humankind is one God’s creature gifted with rationality, in addition to intuition -we’re gifted with logic to measure up our emotion to. sometimes it makes us restless and vigilant for anticipating what might come next.  290 more words

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