Wednesday, 27 January 2016

Daily 26th January 2016

nimiety [ni-mahy-i-tee] noun, plural nimieties.
1. excess; overabundance:
nimiety of mere niceties in conversation.
2. an instance of this.

she thinks she's drowning
in a nimeity of
niceness. Church outing.

Facebook Haiku


frost bitten trees
the yodel of a crow

for NaHaiWriMo

I've not really done anything today but wite and game. I did go to the shop at one point and apparently Amos cried so much that it woke Lina up.

Something that made me smile today:

The cat ate. I was getting worried.

Gilded Cage has shifted again - now the Gran is alive (and dolally) to provide the plot points now the mother is dead.

Written today:

poem -
Gilded Cage (1100)

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


Stephanie Wright said...

I feel really awful. I didn't realize you'd moved this here... but I am SO glad. Part of me wanted to return to the other place just to read this and whatever else you were posting. SO glad this is here. :)

And you're writing!

Rachel Green said...

LJ has gone down the pan a bit and Fb is just too public.

Trying to write! I have a deadline for Gilded Cage (it was six months ago)