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  1. #11
    will be here in march.
    jussayin'

    deconstruction
    in
    poetry,
    role of

    prep notes:
    ref
    no word
    lucky breaks

    ref 03022020:
    ronald reagan 1988

    modern hebrew shkol
    parents are shakulim
    family is shakula

    vilomah sanskrit

    ref 03052020
    river
    Last edited by -xXx-; March 6th, 2020 at 12:28 AM. Reason: note prep
    " I like it, but I don’t get it." - Megan WF April LM Challenge

    "Hereby copyright for all things Xonian and Xxildurim is transferred to one named -xXx-" - Mish The Question Game 2458

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  2. #12
    Puzzled, xXx:

    modern Hebrew - ‘shkol’ root word of ‘to weigh’
    parents - horim
    family - mishpacha
    so I’m puzzled at what you are aiming at...

  3. #13
    Quote Originally Posted by Tirralirra View Post
    Puzzled, xXx:

    modern Hebrew - ‘shkol’ root word of ‘to weigh’
    parents - horim
    family - mishpacha
    so I’m puzzled at what you are aiming at...
    "shakulim--the parents of a deceased child. The family is shakula. I learned about this from the incredible Collum McCann story "Sh'khol," which is about the lack of an English word to describe the parents of a child who's passed. Fantastic read."
    colum mccann wiki
    thirteen ways of looking

    etai raz
    "May 07, 2019 · Modern Hebrew has the word שכול (shkhol), which means the dying of a child in a family. The parents are שכולים (shakulim). The family is שכולה (shakula). Being a member of a “shakula” family means that your parents have lost their child."

    culture embeds.
    esc poem questions the absence of a title/name/label
    for a specific relationship severed.
    readers describe feelings, etc.
    other cultures acknowledge with title/name/label.

    deconstruction.
    poem(s).

    -kwik as i am 'sposed to be about sumfin else at teh moment-
    " I like it, but I don’t get it." - Megan WF April LM Challenge

    "Hereby copyright for all things Xonian and Xxildurim is transferred to one named -xXx-" - Mish The Question Game 2458

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  4. #14
    xXx, your comment above reminded me of another word "vidhava" (Sanskrit for widow) which shares its etymology with Vilomah (against the natural order of things). Languages are fascinating. And construction and deconstruction are both almost necessary to give it substance.
    Last edited by Neetu; March 8th, 2020 at 05:46 AM.
    There is substance in the silence of solitude; it reaches where words can only fumble, falter, and bewilder.

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