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Word Squirrel
Rodents can be loquacious That includes your average gerbil They love to prattle, chat and blather They really are quite verbal Hamsters are talkative too Just as garrulous as can be With running mouth and wheel to match They are a sight to see But I am loath to squander words Sparing usage is my way I gather them like so many acorns Against a rainy day Yes, word collecting is the passion Of this precocious squirrel I garner adjectives, verbs and nouns Be they singular or plural The park is fecund land There a plethora may be found Vociferous, vehement and vex I lately scooped up off the ground The verb tree is prolific Its discovery quite a boon The other day it bestowed upon me Flaunt, foster and festoon All along the sidewalks Concrete nouns lie strewn about How blithely I did snatch up A lummox, a laggard and a lout To command a better view I nimbly scampered up a pole From this lofty perch I spotted Wheedle, coax and cajole Away in the distance I spied a tempting pile Heaped up for the taking were Enticing, alluring and beguile What do I with so much verbiage? You would be fair to ask Squirreling away so vast a lexicon Must prove a mammoth task The answer lies in my arboreal abode Where these many words I stash In alphabetical order they are arrayed From zealous to abash In a capricious mood one day I grouped them by part of speech Such a cacophony arose from clustering Banter, badger and beseech No matter how I sort them The wasting of words I spurn Reserved for rarest use I keep Reticent, laconic and taciturn! _________________________________ by Brian McClain - Feb 17, 2016 Originally posted Feb 17, 2016 Accidentally deleted Feb 22, 2016 Reposted Feb 22, 2016
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