Wednesday, 23 December 2015

Daily 23rd Dec

festoon [fe-stoon] noun
1. a string or chain of flowers, foliage, ribbon, etc., suspended in a curve between two points.
2. a decorative representation of this, as in architectural work or on pottery.
3. a fabric suspended, draped, and bound at intervals to form graceful loops or scalloped folds.
4. Dentistry. the garlandlike area of the gums surrounding the necks of the teeth.
verb (used with object)
5. to adorn with or as with festoons:
to festoon a hall.
6. to form into festoons:
to festoon flowers and leaves.
7. Dentistry. to reproduce natural gum patterns around the teeth or a denture.
8. to connect by festoons.

She festoons the hall
with wreaths and dry cadavers.
Cantankerous cunt.

PHONE VET Trickster. All is well. New prescription received.











Facebook Haiku

12/23 sphynx

unexpected riddle
of who ate all the butter?
paw prints

for NaHaiWriMo



Into town with Lu. Extension leads and dogbeds.


Something that made me smile today:

DK's pleasure at the new bed




Painting furniture.

Sawing my finger (I kid thee not)

gaming.


Written today:

nothing


You've been reading Of Literary Bent. I thank you.

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