Feast for Thought

Not pontificating. Only trying to bat on the side of the environment. And ethics. And simple living. And slowing down. (And trying to learn and practise before preaching or teaching...)

Friday, March 18, 2011

Heard of a 'haiku'?

Wordsmith, the home of A.Word.A.Day newsletter, celebrates 17 years, and featured five 17-letter words this week. To further mark the milestone, subscribers were invited to take part in a haiku contest - send in a haiku to define or illustrate each of these 17 letter words. (What is a haiku?)
My entries -

My will or your will
Have no doubt - it is His will
that has the last word!

Did thirteen say Boo?
Will you fear an extra loaf
in a baker’s doz

At either end of
reside Black and white

Out comes noise or sound
while air water and food go
their ways - up or down!

See, observe details
read not only ‘tween the lines -
but also letters

That exercise was enjoyable. And I continue to look forward Wordsmith's daily doses sent to a million+ linguaphiles.

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Thursday, March 10, 2011

What We Too Can Do

What You Can Do « The Story of Citizens United v. FEC | THE STORY OF STUFF PROJECT: SEASON 2
Here's Annie Leonard with yet another story. I wish her all success in her efforts. The sooner they - the US citizens - succeed in their efforts at reclaiming democracy from the corporates and put the people in charge, the sooner can other democracies get back to being truly of, by and for the people.

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