Thursday, June 23, 2011


The word today is PERAMENE: definition
[perr-uh-meen] an obsolete and rare adjective meaning 'very pleasant'

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  1. you're the rhyme
    in my poem
    my sunshine
    in life's rain
    my peramene dream

  2. Peramene is as peramene does
    And what peramene does is a treat
    All covered in chocolate, an edible buzz
    My pleasure, my sin, and my sweet!

  3. I want my peramene days back
    when I could go off track
    and dreams for eons
    or draw with crayons.

    Nothing, yet all mattered
    in a possible world
    before I grew armored
    and reality unfurled.

    I want the sweetness
    the freedom, my bonus.
    6 years old again
    it's called childhood zen.

  4. Peramene platter
    Heap high with chitlins
    The adults partake
    None of the littlin's
    Will touch this matter

  5. There was an old gaffer of Jaffa,
    famed in the souk as chaffer,
    who for a peramene
    porcelain figurine
    bartered a pot coloured with zaffer.

    [I know - Jaffa only rhymes with chaffer and zaffer if you speak British English ... but then, I do! :-) ]

  6. @John How else can you pronounce Jaffa and chaffer, even if you're not British?!