I am so happy that someone else thinks in those terms. Kathie: Most welcome! Rhythm is so important. Writing isn't just putting words on paper it's creating word music. You need that variety or it'll all sound the same. Thanks Margit! It can be a challenge. When I find myself using a lot of adjectives, that's often a red flag that I could be describing it in a better way. Maybe finding a stronger noun, or using a simile or other image.
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Labels: adjectives , description , word choice Email This BlogThis! Author R. Suzie F. Kathie S. Newer Post Older Post Home. A grotesque rupture. Short-sighted volition counting backward.
Substantial missing text. The once and again. Bland tendrils of disjointed reason. Its harmony a blind curtain hurling above questioning dyes of experience. This babel, clutching our throats like the mortar in our heels.
Unable to compensate for the sway. Every urge we attempt to unfasten. Isolate and ignore, Coagulates in a confederate thorn. Making us wonder and fall to wishes. Reaching into second nature. Bitter greens and honeyed sap. One pollenates the intent of the other. A junction and a one way street. She only meant to turn around. To slow down and weigh her salt with bared palms.
The details, as in other stories, Forget wjere they began. That's why I've heard the only tepid water exhortation so often. I no longer drink grapefruit juice or any other kind of juice. I do take my antihypertension etc. I agree, a little bit of soda probably won't hurt and does make the meds go down, which is better than not taking them.
I am always squeamish when giving blood. The team begrudgingly released their IP to the public. Are you looking for an established idiom or metaphor? Or will something original suffice? If the latter, you could say: It's like having too big a dessert after a large meal. Mark Brackett Mark Brackett 4 4 bronze badges. Exhaustion, Salt Water, and Everything in Between Speak Like You Talk Total length:.
This EP -related article is a stub. Lead RIFFs:. Bad selection. Save Cancel. Really delete this comment? Yes No. Adjectives Might Work. Comprehension Is Overrated.Apr 14, · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Exhaustion, Salt Water, And Everything In Between on Discogs.2/5(2).