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
The skyline sparkles
with pride while
kindred souls embark
on new pursuits. Their
high hopes woosh
with greatness. Their
plans mapped out
and preciseness. To
The new year is
to be written, and
so it goes.
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