Reena’s take on the word galumph, while at the cafe.

Reena Saxena

to sprint is human
to galumph divine
it earns me sympathy
as I get left behind

victory beyond goalposts
winks at my strategy
epiphany strikes
I write my own elegy

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  1. Namaste Eugenia πŸ™‚

    A wonderful share, thank you.

    Fascinated as I am by word meanings I took a moment to look-up ‘galumph’ and was most delighted to discover it was a word coined by Lewis Carroll: probably a blend of gallop and triumph! πŸ™‚

    Hoping all is well and your New Year progressing nicely. Take care πŸ™‚


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    • It is a most interesting word, isn’t it?

      My 2019 is progressing nicely to date. I hope all is well with you.

      Cheers! πŸ™‚

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      • Namaste Eugenia πŸ™‚

        Both in sound and meaning it certainly has great appeal: Lewis used the word ‘galumphing’ in his poem, Jabberwocky – when having slain the beast, the boy…

        β€œLeft it dead, and with its head, he went galumphing back.”

        Such a word is called a ‘neologism,’ – a newly coined word or expression – which is in itself another fun word! πŸ™‚

        Good to hear all is well. Enjoy a pleasant evening.

        Namaste πŸ™‚


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  2. Eugenia, your theme is always warm and interesting. I like this background.

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    • Thank you, Jacqui. I love tinkering with it and sometimes surprised my blog hasn’t fallen apart. πŸ™‚ I love mountains, quaint mountain towns and coffee which fueled the appearance of my blog. It’s so good to hear from you.


  3. Eugenia,

    I do a lot of galumphing it seems and I didn’t even know it. The proof can be found on my shin all too often. πŸ™‚ Nice share!

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