Dark

v., chiefly intrans.1. To utter a loud, harsh cry after filling one’s lungs with reflected moonlight, the panic of moth wings, or some similarly poetic (i.e., identified with the penumbral) material.As in, “What if God should dark?”2. To expectorate milkily.As In,...

Community

n.1. A clean, white lasso. It has red strips at one end, circumscribing the cylinder of knit, marked like a talisman.As in, “You’re thirsty because you’re afraid of your neighbors, and you grew up rich but your parents never let on.”As in, “The thin thing swinging...
Write

Write

v.1.To make visible; to call into being.As in, “I would have been older than you, but you were written first.”As in, “I would have been disjunctive, but for what, in that same hour, and plaintive, writes.”As in, “I would have been here on time, but amphetamines were...