Reflections about #AtoZChallenge & #BlogchatterAtoZ

This is Jaspe, eternally young and playful. I´m telling her story.   Thank you for following all the path from A to Z. This monthly Project was easier than last year´s, indeed. This is the third time I try it, but the first one I succesfully finish. Yeah! Although the structure of the haiku looks … Continue reading Reflections about #AtoZChallenge & #BlogchatterAtoZ

Z is for Zeitgeist

Zany: surprisingly different and a little strange, and therefore amusing and interesting. Ludicrously or incongruously comical. Unconventional. Zeitgeist: the defining spirit of mood of a particular period of history as shown by the ideas and beliefs of the time. Zenith: the time at which something is most powerful or succesful.     I can´t overcome your … Continue reading Z is for Zeitgeist

W is for Whooperups

Whooperups: Minstrel: Poet and singer, also called a jongleur, who lived and travelled on the largess of the aristocracy. / Bard, mendicant, beggar. Woebegone — (adj) sad or miserable in appearance, see Tabescent: Wasting away, or becoming emaciated.     Unskilled whooperups, my guild, to endlessly roam as I sing your praise.   Every dazzling … Continue reading W is for Whooperups

V is for Vagarious

  Vagarious: erratic and unpredictable in behaviour or direction. Verecund: Modest, bashful, shy.   I´m vagarious, doubting ´bout leaving this place full of memories.   Shadows of my heart, emblazoned with lost kisses red and sable crest.   Hark, avid reader! Dont fall in love as I did, with verecund ghosts!   I hope you are … Continue reading V is for Vagarious

U is for Ubiety

Ubiety: The condition or state of existing in a specific point in space, thereness. / Ubiety is a Term used with reſpect to ſpiritual Beings, as Locality is with regared to corporeal ones, and is the very same Thing. (1737, Benjamin Martin, Bibliotheca Technologica: or, a philological library of literary arts and sciences.) Unctuous: Unpleasantly … Continue reading U is for Ubiety

S is for Synchronicity

Synchronicity: is a concept, first introduced by analytical psychologist Carl Jung, which holds that events are "meaningful coincidences" if they occur with no causal relationship yet seem to be meaningfully related. During his career, Jung furnished several different definitions of it. Jung defined synchronicity as an "acausal connecting (togetherness) principle," "meaningful coincidence", "acausal parallelism" or … Continue reading S is for Synchronicity

R is for Bit o´Raspberry /Revolveress

Bit o´Raspberry: An attractive girl, originally a raspberry jam as this was considered the most flavoursome of preserves, so the prettiest of the girls were a bit o' raspberry. Revolveress: A woman who uses a pistol with a great degree of surety.       Bit o´Raspberry, roaring pleasure in my ears, romping with my … Continue reading R is for Bit o´Raspberry /Revolveress