The Hello

The Hello
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It’s A Beautiful Day – A Jolly Good Morning To You
Monday 16th November 2020 – Season 14 – Series 10

[Ps if anyone would also like to have music dedicated to them please do let me know below]

Here’s wishing my Monday Guest Stars an Awesome day and a great start to the week ahead!!

Hope you enjoy your music.

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My Beautiful Day – Monday Choice

Kristian – Tales of the mind of Kristian
The Word of the Day – Prompt
Words Used Below
PLOTROGUEFAITOUR
LITERATUREJUGGLECOVFEFE
TRIUMPHLURECOUNT
CALLIPYGIANAMAZINGFATED
AEOLISTSURPRISINGMONSTER
IMPROVISINGORDERCREEP

Kluluffuoff

I know what you are thinking already,
Trust me l really do,
You’re thinking what’s that messy…
…. Looking ‘plotless’ word? He ain’t got a clue!
But honest to goodness l do!
I mean not to come across …
…. as a rogue or faitour,
Or even an overzealous Pangloss,
But the word exists in literature!
Perhaps not in your dictionary,
… nor even in your wildest search,
Across the furthest reaches of thesauri,
But, whilst it might not currently perch,
Where you can see it clearly,
… does not mean it is a word of disbelief,
Merely that it sits rather queerly,
In the confines of my quirksome stables of covfefe!
Aye, l meant to write it that way,
… Perhaps to confuse and confuddle?
To see if it was possible to display…
… it’s awkwardness with some juggle!
So you can imagine my purest delight,
…. And my woots of triumph,
To see in text that it does indeed look alright…
… and it’s way bigger than the mighty Goliath!

I can ‘t resist the lure of exciting words,
… that make my fingertips quiver and throb!
Or listen out for terms that others misheard…
… making them scratch for other thingamabobs!
It’s the order of words at times, l think …
… when strange appears and induces a blink!
Those who like to count and be correct..
Don’t like word oddities that make them erect!
… in a most unpleasant style,
One of which they are unaccustomed to,
They have nay tolerance for aeolistic freestyle!
… and would see it gone with no sweet adieu!
Tis indeed the sad fact of those callipygian gents,
… who prefer words of character and grace,
Not ill fated words like Kluluffuoff which are abhorrent,
… and should be discarded with no trace!
They only have time for those which are amazing,
And not the creeping’s from letter butchery and improvising,
… from the monsters  who besmirch words of grandeur,
Or even those anecdote raconteurs!
NO!!
Absolutely no go!!
Therefore it shouldn’t be surprising,
… to those who do love the beauty of odd and quirk
That not everything you can think of devising,
Will be well met with pleased eyes from literary jobsworths!!!

© Rory Matier 2020

Welcome to Season 14 – Series 10 of The Hello

Thanks for joining me here and remember to have a thoroughly great day folks!!

27 thoughts on “The Hello

  1. I like your word and your bit of writing. It’s fun to play with words! I make up new words or new spellings quite often.

    Great tunes for tomorrow mornings Dance Party!💃🏼🎶 it starts at 7:30am PST (that would be 15:30 your time) when the GLYSB takes HRH away🎉

    A side note, I find it offensive that 80s music is labeled as “oldies”… New Wave is Old? 🤔 as The Pianoman says “It’s Still Rock n Roll To Me”😉

    Enjoy your Monday, JB… I’ll catch you after the Dance Party!💃🏼🎉

    🌊🦄💫🧸💌

    1. Good morning Grandma, tis funny what people find offensive 🙂

      I had a similiar conversation with Larry only the other day. It is older music than today and it would all depend l feel on the age of the person mixing it. Millenials love the 80’s music and yet always class it as oldies and once l even heard someone call it retro 🙂

      I agree, it matters not it’s all rock and roll to me anyway.

      See you in the other time zone, sleep well.

    1. Oh yes absolutely, any of the words that l am not familiar with, l have to research thoroughly and when rhyming and l have to use words that l might not often use, l have to make sure their meanings will sit right in verse.

      Words were not that familiar to me like, covfefe l spent an additional 20 minutes researching it.

      But when l create one of these to fit in a lot of words l learn so much to boot like some of yours .. faitour, callipygian, aeolistic or charlatan, well shaped buttocks and pompous awesome words but also Pangloss – overly optimistic person.

      These are the poems l like to create, l stumble when trying to write something only using a single word.

      So my genuine thanks good sir for indulging me in the wordery delicacies 🙂

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