Tweetionary: An Etymology Dictionary
To make a high-pitched scream or cry. Middle English “screke” < Old Norse “skraekja”=scream – probably from the sound.
1 month, 4 weeks ago
May 13, 2016-I gave the rest of the orders and sent everyone to their stations.It was dark by this point and we blended nicely into the blackness. 305 more words
2 months, 2 weeks ago
The first book in this series, City of Saints and Madmen, I reviewed here. City of Saints and Madmen. Hey look at that! I hope the link works. 361 more words
3 months, 1 week ago
The Pull of Prospection
I don’t want to hold you
if you don’t want to
I don’t want to capture you,
make you mine
if you don’t want to… 53 more words
3 months, 3 weeks ago
BMcK emerged through the gloom of the bottom level of an empty multi-storey car park.
“Go away!” I shrieked. “You’re meant to be dead!”.
6 months, 1 week ago
The Lighthouse of Essays
The wind blows freely through the meadows,
Leaning on the sun-swept grass.
Softly does it fan the faces
Of the Indian and his son.
But ere the nightshades had a-fallen… 83 more words
8 months, 4 weeks ago
Day after day, night after night
I see you and I see the bite,
The wound in heart, the pain on body
Makes ‘you’ relax and makes ‘you’ cozy… 89 more words
9 months ago