The Colors of The Peacock

The Colors of The Peacock

The sounds of bickering, disagreements, anger, rages
All create a cacophony of negative noise
Hurting the ears and soul
But to examine the colors of the peacock
There is peace in knowing
God made the bird from his dirt

And from his dirt
He makes the flower
From his dirt
He makes babies
From his dirt
He will conquer the cacophony of all the demanding voices
This is where all peace rests…

Thank him.
He is the one who will reign forever more
Not; Allister Crowley
Or those who call themselves gods
Use your own damned dirt.

The dirt belongs to God…

Acrylic by Bonnie 2014

The Crapulous Conversation

The Crapulous Conversation

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The alligators argle-bargled with their bloviated speech.

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Predictably, a cockamamie cantankerous story arose.

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When, the ornery panjandrum nincompoup slang-wangled the mavericks tale,

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Which snolly-gostered the wablit’s worn out mugwamping tune.

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That led to, a batrachromy and sialoquinting while swine pinning.

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That smell-fungused hocus-pocused balderdashing letter~

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That was mailed.

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It’s not that complicated.

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And, that’s the truth.

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Definition of words:
Allegator; allegedly
Argle-bargled; loud quarrel
Betrachom; making a mountain out of a mole hill
Bloviated; pompous or loud speech
Cropulous; eating or drinking too much
Mugwamp; follows no part
Panjamdram; thinks highly of themself
Sialoquent; spits while speaking
Slang whanger; loud, abrasive and obnoxious
Smell-fungus; pessimistic
Snolly goster; untrustworthy
Wablit; worn out

*Citing: one hundred most funniest words in English