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Crescent Moon

Crescent moon
casting silvery glow
a dappled treasure
a lustrous trinket
whispers in the wind

Olivia, writing on a whim… 6 more words


Day 105: Use New Words

According to Thesaurus.com, these are the most common words in English, ranked in frequency order. The first 100 are said to make up about half of all written material. 172 more words


Fish Are Amazing!

Well it’s coming up on nine o clock pm (well it is) and I’m looking at writing another brilliant masterpiece. Well I am. I just woke up (again). 569 more words


SoCS - J is for Journalist

Well that worked out well. I don’t think I need to take a picture of my thesaurus this week to prove that “journalist” is in fact the second-last word on the left-hand page that I turned to… you trust me, right? 324 more words


Red Wine Thesaurus

After reading The World Encyclopaedia of Wine by Stuart Walton and websites Wine Folly and Majestic Wine, I selected 16 varieties of red wine based on grape variety and taste. 70 more words

Controlled Vocabulary

thesauraus (aka: aka)

I cried today.

it wasn’t bad

nor was it good

But I wasn’t sad.

i was tired, bone weary, dipped, inert.

exhausted, plain sleepy, wrung out, not alert. 33 more words

NaPoWriMo (or Poetry)

Roger's Thesaurus

In order to grow, expand, widen
his lexicological corpus,
Roger bought, acquired, purchased
a synonymopedia, a thesaurus.

Soon, presently, without delay,
he no longer ran out of things to say, 85 more words

Odds And Sods