Writers who have no more to say, say it with metaphor
Thus Faulkner('tho dead) will live obscure forevermore
But when I say "mess of greens"
What I mean is "mess of greens"
And folks in Aberdeen know 'zactly what I mean, fer shore

And in Aberdeen "fer shore" (for sure) rhymes with "metaphor" smile


from the Endangered English Dictionary:

degage (day-ga-ZHAY) casual or easygoing
wearing a plaid cap with a degage air

demonette (DEE-mo-net) a little demon
a wild younger son who is a demonette in training

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