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Chill-osophy

It’s funny we say—Brrr-when we are cold, but there is no hot monosyllabic equivalent…if we swung to the opposite end of the alphabet—one off, you know–it could be Y. Y is it so damn hot…Y don’t we have a swimming pool…Y is the sidewalk melting?

Just sayin’

REMover


Muse

missing make-up,

–each character

imprints

hard.

Just woke up after too much whine–

hard.

and in this Glare

of winter morning

edges

and

imperfections

show. . .

foundational nuance

a cake-y thing,

every tittle

a mascara blotch,

all emphasis

lined lip gaudy,

drawn clown-like outside of mouth

–the fire just

Rexall

rouge.

 

Web•sters

 

pre·tends·sh*t
/prəˈten(t)SH*t/
adjective
adjective: pretends•sh*t
  1. attempting to impress by affecting greater importance, talent, culture, etc., than is actually possessed.
    “a pretend•sh*t literary device”
    contextual example:
    “A graduate of the School of Hard Knocks, her pinkie-extended refinery was pretend•sh*t.”
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