Sunday, September 25, 2011


The word today is RIVULET:

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  1. lutescent desire
    read in your eyes
    while in the rivulet we swam nude
    during an interlude

  2. a rivulet of rivets ~ a riveting experience ~ experience is the best teacher ~ my favourite teacher was from London ~ Julie London sang "Cry Me A Rivulet"

  3. In pursuit of the perfect suit of medieval-style armour, Arthur found himself drowning, in details, in words. In spaulders and pauldrons, in fluted couters and angular, in vambraces and rearbraces and articulated gorgets, in the cuirass, the faulds and cuisses, the poleyns, greaves and sabatons. And all, all held together by bolts and welds and links and rivets, rivets beaten with peens, great rivets and blind rivets and small rivets and rivulets and rivulettas. Drowning in detail, drowning in words, drowning in rivulets. Drowning ...

    "You have to learn to accept good enough," said his mother, bringing him tea and biscuits. "After all, Arthur, it's only show and tell."

  4. Culture clash!

    Of course, if Arthur had been preparing for a show and tell, I Guess his Mom would have served him Milk and Cookies; as his mother served him tea and bicuits I Suppose he was really working on a School Project.

    Late night when I wrote the earlier entry- half asleep. That's my excuse anyway!