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  • adj. Beset with snares.
  • adj. Ensnared, as with birdlime.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Beset with snares; insnared, as with birdlime.


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lime-twig +‎ -ed



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  • I had copies sitting on my desk for a year waiting for an address to send them to. Conceivably they are in The Archive now and, frankly, nothing ever escapes from The Archive.

    *pause for ominous music*

    But I know your track record with hardworking chocolate-defecating animals, exploited for all the chiclets they were worth and then abandoned, and wonder if my tender zines would not have met a similar fate.

    rolig says hello :-)

    November 21, 2012

  • I never did get my copy of that poetry rag where my delightful opus "Marmalade Cat Humiliation" is alleged to have appeared.

    What do you have to say about that, leather-ears? Did even a pang of regret enter your wizened marsupial soul as you jetted past Paris, on the way to a more cachet-laden dinner engagement with rolig, huh?

    Not that I am bitter. No, not me.

    November 21, 2012

  • Indeed, resembles one of my experiments in force feeding Jabberwocky and furniture catalogues to a computer-generated poetry thingum called Babble.

    November 21, 2012

  • And if you ask me anyone who tweets (God, how I hate being forced to use vile word) "Lured to lurid hues, lucid discontinuities churn out strips of woody putty coalesced to upheavals of eggnog organza: lime-twigged snowclones" is either trying too hard, or a reasonably clever machine.

    November 20, 2012

  • Just ask Papageno!

    November 20, 2012

  • "Beset with snares; insnared, as with birdlime."

    --GNU Webster's 1913

    November 19, 2012