BrewNSpew Cafe – January 7, 2019

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 embrace the new year

let kindred souls share laughter

tokens of the times

Word/expression of the week – galumph – (verb) – to move with a clumsy heavy tread. Synonyms – barge, clump, flounder, lumber, plod, shamble, shuffle, tromp, trudge.

The new year arrived

with ease

and simplicity.

The skyline sparkles

with pride while

kindred souls embark

on new pursuits. Their

high hopes woosh

with greatness. Their

plans mapped out

with consideration

and preciseness.  To

galumph would

be unfortunate.

The new year is

prepared

and willing

to be written, and

so it goes.

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Eugenia