I can’t buy you a black heart, you already have mine

I will buy you black dahlias for when you’ll soon return When the jacks top the pile and all the judges adjourn I’ll play you a tune, strum empty space in my theremin You’ll be blushing carnation posies, a flushed melanin . I will buy you black kittens for when you can concede When the […] … More I can’t buy you a black heart, you already have mine

Word Of The Week- Pragmatic

Pragmatic: Adjective Origin: late 16th century (in the senses ‘busy, interfering, conceited’): via Latin from Greek pragmatikos ‘relating to fact’, from pragma ‘deed’ (from the stem of prattein ‘do’). The current senses date from the mid 19th century. IPA Pronunciation: /praɡˈmatɪk/ Meaning:  dealing with things sensibly and realistically in a way that is based on practical rather … More Word Of The Week- Pragmatic