Calliope and Athena

I’m not being facetious. Monoecious an dioecious are different. Any resemblance is specious.


Don’t be fooled by fallacious talk, though it sounds audacious. The loquacious speaker is voracious for the bodacious. Into the spacious future he walks, though he be from the cretaceous.


JusJoJan 1/31/22 “facetious”

The Greek muse of writing, Callliope, must have inspired the first rhyme. The second rhyme just leapt out of my and onto the paper. A bit like Athena’s birth.

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