Posted in December 2018, Shadorma

December

Town with Christmas lights

Tis the time

Of lights abounding

Shining and

Reflecting

In the world and in hearts of

All everywhere

Shadorma

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Posted in November 2018, Shadorma

“Down With a Cold”

Fever, cold, sickness

“Under the weather”

(Whatever that means.)

“Not myself”

“Feeling ill”

(Idioms for I’m not well)

“Abit out of sorts”

Shadorma

The Urban Dictionary says:

“To be under the weather is to be unwell. … Originally it meant to feel seasick or to be adversely affected by bad weather. The term is correctly ‘under the weather bow’ which is a gloomy prospect; the weather bow is the side upon which all the rotten weather is blowing.”