Wednesday, 13 January 2016

Daily 13th January 2016

bellwether [bel-weth-er] noun
1. a wether or other male sheep that leads the flock, usually bearing a bell.
2. a person or thing that assumes the leadership or forefront, as of a profession or industry:
Paris is a bellwether of the fashion industry.
3. a person or thing that shows the existence or direction of a trend; index.
4. a person who leads a mob, mutiny, conspiracy, or the like; ringleader.

John Siddique remains
my personal bellwether
poetic talent

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January 13: YEARN

over the schoolyard
the sound of waves

for    NaHaiWriMo

Something that made me smile today:

Putting clothes into the new wardrobe, emptying and getting rid of the two old chests of drawers.

Busy day doing stuff.

Alas, I got a bit ratty at one point. Sorry.

Written today:

poem - 113
Gilded Cage (390)

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

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