Tag Archive: language

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : Language

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I’ve mentioned many times that my son is the multi-lingual poet in the family.  I know how to ask “Where’s the bathroom” in 4 languages. 😏 “Donde esta el banjo?” Enough about my… Continue reading

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : Lost in translation

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My son speaks 5 languages — 3 of them fluently.  He is very particular about words being well-spoken.   He dresses like this In contrast, I dress like this Both of us speak… Continue reading

#Writing Prompt for #SoCS Dec. 10/16: Bear/Bare

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Today is Stream of Consciousness Saturday.  You can read more about it on Linda Hill’s blog My first thought when I saw the word “bear” was this: Today’s prompt reminded me how easily… Continue reading

Poetry War – Love and Communication

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Floridaborn has issues with animals. Poor her. Fortunately those issues (although at times stinky and messy, occasionally painful) are not without humor. I have issues with communication, love, communication, emotions, communication and…..communication. (Confusing, stressful,… Continue reading

The Dumbing of America – Part 1

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Please see the original poem Dumbing of America by Vickie Kayuk which will be published on April 12, 2013 at “Where Do I Go From Here?” as part of the NaPoWriMo Challenge. This… Continue reading

Wordknapping

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Yes, I know.  Kidnapping doesn’t have a K between the D and the N.  But since this blog is about words that have been kidnapped and tortured into meaning something else, I feel… Continue reading