A to Z Challenge: Manicism and Monostitch

Word of the Day is…

Manicism which means left-handedness

 

Today’s Featured Form…

monostitch poem should be a single line composed from 6 -12 syllables (though the syllable count is entirely flexible), should include at least one figure of speech (a metaphor, but never a simile because similes require more words), personification, or other poetic device,

 

Coward by R. A. Ammons
Bravery runs in my family.

My Creation…

Opinion
Her mouth is a deluge


Word of the Day by Phrontistery

Poetical Form and example by Adele Kenny’s Poetry Blog

Photo by Leftorium

 

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4 thoughts on “A to Z Challenge: Manicism and Monostitch

  1. Interesting – I learnt a new word today – manicism. Which would mean I’m a manicist?
    However, both manicism and manicist are not found in the Oxford Dictionary.

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    1. Huh that’s interesting. Do you know how they select their words or how current they keep their lexicon? Curious and curiouser…

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      1. No, I don’t know how they select their words. It would be interesting if we were to find out. 🙂

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