I Don't Know What Came Over Me

Then There Was The Time I Lost My Mind for a Month

What is it?

  • This site the fault of Leslee and Patry, via Qarrtsiluni.

    Here's the premise:

    Every day, Dictionary.com publishes a Word of the Day. I will display it here. If I like the word, I will try to come up with a poem using it by the end of the day. If you like the word, go ahead and write your own poem and post it in the comments, also by the end of the day, if you can.

    While you are here, please play nicely with others. Spam will be summarily deleted, as will anything obviously abusive or malicious in my opinion. Also, please note that everything written here remains the intellectual property of whoever wrote it. Therefore, you are not allowed to copy or republish anything here unless whoever wrote the bit you want to use tells you in writing that it's okay.

    Problems? Comments? Write to me, Sara, at SaraArts dot com.

    Have fun with this!

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Comments

G.D.

I'm in complete agreement with you.

very nice blog.

Melissa

I wholeheartedly agree! I've never seen it used this way and I just don't think I could.

Sara

And in the end, I just couldn't either. All I could think of was "fettucine alfresco." Wrong. So very wrong. I even contemplated using it my way, the original Italian phrase italicized, but I just couldn't think of anything to say. I think it's the wrong season to be thinking al fresco.

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