December 31, 2021
December 30, 2021
You can review the whole collection of our illustrated verses on this topic by proceeding to 'Reversing Verse: Panama palindrome parodies' on the full-service blog 'Edifying Nonsense'.
December 29, 2021
EDITORS' WARNING: You must be at least 12 years of age to read this post!
December 28, 2021
December 27, 2021
To review the poetic effusion that we have accumulated about binomial phrases, proceed to our blog "Edifying Nonsense", and enjoy the post 'Grandpa Greg's Grammar: Binomial Expressions'. Click HERE ! (Or, if you prefer, you could look over this stuff on Giorgio's Facebook photo-albums.)
There is also an entire collection of lyrics to patter songs, somewhat older material, dedicated to various kinds of binomials, that provides more didactic material and an extensive series of examples, and allows you to sing these expressions for your own enjoyment, or for that of others around you. Click HERE !
December 26, 2021
December 25, 2021
|That's my older brother in 1945 holding Dad's photo; |
(lower left). I wasn't quite on the scene, yet!
|Mom and Dad with their offspring,|
50th anniversary celebration
seasonal gourmet feast, 2021:
(a dual-mode family celebration)
Xmas lunch in the Carolina lowcountry
December 24, 2021
any other date: scroll over to the calendar-based listings of 'Past Posts' in the righthand column on this page, and select (by clicking) the month of your choice from 2020 or 2021.
December 23, 2021
December 22, 2021
You can review these illustrated verses in a wider context by proceeding to 'Immersible Verse: Limericks about Waterfowl' on the full-service blog 'Edifying Nonsense'.
ruddy turnstone at a narrow Carolina beach-strip
littered with oyster-shells. This bird is a long distance migrator, roosting in the high Arctic.
shorebird, seen near Toronto lakeshore: killdeer?
turnstones (running), and oystercatcher
December 21, 2021
Editor's Note: As old age and aversion to cold weather have descended, we spend time whenever we can in the Carolina low-country. It is a cliché to say that winter is shorter in more southerly places, but that sometimes means that there are days when winter rages back in central Canada, but is not in evidence down here in lotus-land. On this particular day we learned from our weather-app that it would be snowy back home in Toronto, but would be a short-sleeve day in coastal Carolina.
|Pelicans perched at creekside awaiting the returning fishers|
|Tranquility near the center of suburban action|
|Geometric restored oyster-bed at the Pitt St. Bridge park,|
Arthur Ravenel Bridge in background
American white ibises in the marsh
white ibis in flight
cormorants on dock
toothpick grasshopper on papyrus leaf
December 20, 2021
December 19, 2021
Here's a verse that exemplifies use of the prefix EPI- ...
December 18, 2021