Wicked Word Wednesday: Demolish

🎶 It’s time to start the countdown
I’m gonna burn it down 🎶

 . . .

Greetings logophiles and other creative types!

It’s time for Wicked Word Wednesday, and the Wicked Word is:

de·mol·ish [di-ˈmä-lish]

verb

tear down, raze

to break to pieces :  smash

to do away with :  destroy

to strip of any pretense of merit or credence


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2 thoughts on “Wicked Word Wednesday: Demolish

  1. I swerve to avert unpleasantness, and
    all the rain I expect will come down on my head
    does not fall every day-not always-
    for sometimes the day enters with a very
    merciful step

    When I am too much about myself
    I enter the room, the house, the day
    and all that was shiny and bright
    seems to have fled me, and I stomp my foot
    I demand like a child, and like a child

    I am ashamed when I demolish my little houses
    in a row- and you watch in horror as I smash
    what I had built. Your eyes see mine and
    I am reminded of a day when we were as one-
    connected by a common thought

    that we, together
    would build this house

    @areyouthrilled

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