Rule of Thumb



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Its April of 2017 and Day 18 of A to Z Challenge. I am doing Idiom a day and 8 line poem for the idiom.


Idiom: Rule of Thumb

Meaning: broadly accurate guide or principle, based on practice rather than theory

Poem:
Between he and she,
Amid the fights,
Wrongs and the rights,
Amid the joys,
Hops and the cries,
In a successful marriage,
Rule of thumb is,
Fingers are uneven.


Note: All the challenge prompts can be found HERE.

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Quick Fix



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Q

Its April of 2017 and Day 17 of A to Z Challenge. I am doing Idiom a day and 8 line poem for the idiom.


Idiom: Quick Fix

Meaning: It is an easy or a temporary solution that might not last for long

Poem:
When trust was broken,
Heart, let down,
Promises betrayed,
Faith overlooked,
Loyalty disgraced,
Eyes wet,
‘Sorry’,
Is not even a quick fix!


Note: All the challenge prompts can be found HERE.

Pyrrhic Victory



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P

Its April of 2017 and Day 16 of A to Z Challenge. I am doing Idiom a day and 8 line poem for the idiom.


Idiom: Pyrrhic Victory

Meaning: A victory that causes the victor to suffer so much that winning seems worthless

Poem:
Torments to the nature,
Dead and the blood,
Scarcity flood,
Dusty blocks,
Shattered rocks,
War,
A political pest,
A pyrrhic victory.


Note: All the challenge prompts can be found HERE.

On the Anvil



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O

Its April of 2017 and Day 15 of A to Z Challenge. I am doing Idiom a day and 8 line poem for the idiom.


Idiom: On the Anvil

Meaning: On the anvil, means it is being discussed or prepared but is not yet ready

Poem:
Meetings and meetings,
Discussions and deliberations,
Planning’s and more,
Roadmaps a many,
Considerations and ignorance,
Back to square one.
New inexperienced manager,
Everything on the anvil.


Note: All the challenge prompts can be found HERE.

Nuts and Bolts



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N

Its April of 2017 and Day 14 of A to Z Challenge. I am doing Idiom a day and 8 line poem for the idiom.


Idiom: Nuts and Bolts

Meaning: the practical facts about a particular thing rather than theories or ideas about it, most essential components of something

Poem:
Nuts and Bolts,
The ones memorized,
Could be under-fit, over-fit.
From effortless smiles, 
To immense discoveries,
The Nuts and bolts of it,
Is to understand,
Appreciate and Apply.


Note: All the challenge prompts can be found HERE.

Mind Your P’s and Q’s



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M

Its April of 2017 and Day 13 of A to Z Challenge. I am doing Idiom a day and 8 line poem for the idiom.


Idiom: Mind Your P’s and Q’s

Meaning: way of telling someone to be polite and behave well

Poem:
Dear Mind,
Mind your p’s and q’s.
Why so impatient?
Why sturdy heartbeat?
Why the hurry?
Why the blurry?
Why all the rush?
It’s just your crush!


Note: All the challenge prompts can be found HERE.

Little ol’ me



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L

Its April of 2017 and Day 12 of A to Z Challenge. I am doing Idiom a day and 8 line poem for the idiom.


Idiom: Little ol’ me

Meaning: read as ‘little old me’. It is a way of referring to one self that is meant to be modest or self-deprecatory, though often fake, attempt to be ironically humble or imply modesty

Poem:
I have no patterns,
I have no plans.
I am celebrated,
For unpredictability,
For disorganization.
Stop looking for logic,
Little ol’ me, my mess,
Randomness.


Note: All the challenge prompts can be found HERE.

Kangaroo Court



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K

Its April of 2017 and Day 11 of A to Z Challenge. I am doing Idiom a day and 8 line poem for the idiom.


Idiom: Kangaroo Court

Meaning: Kangaroo courts are those when people take the law into their own hands and form courts that are not legal

Poem:
Pick a celebrity,
Pick what they said,
Give a twist,
Give a picture,
Add some spice,
Add some malice.
Internet becomes,
The kangaroo court.


Note: All the challenge prompts can be found HERE.

Je ne sais quoi



Indian Bloggers

J

Its April of 2017 and Day 10 of A to Z Challenge. I am doing Idiom a day and 8 line poem for the idiom.


Idiom: Je ne sais quoi

Meaning: Comes from French. Literally means – I don’t know what. It describes an intangible quality that makes something distinctive or attractive. If someone has a certain ‘je ne sais quoi’, they have a quality, usually pleasant, that is difficult to describe.

Poem:
My friend, oye,

Je ne sais quoi,
Bam Bam boi.
Makes sense,
To me and my friend,
As we share,
Stupidity, fanatical ability,
Same level of mental instability.


Note: All the challenge prompts can be found HERE.

ichi-go ichi-e



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I

Its April of 2017 and Day 09 of A to Z Challenge. I am doing Idiom a day and 8 line poem for the idiom.


Idiom: ichi-go ichi-e

Meaning: This comes from Japan. One time, one meeting – Once chance in lifetime. An encounter that only happens once in a lifetime, reminding to treasure every moment, for it will never recur

Poem:
Dance for the beats of time,
Love for the care and shine,
Keep the protocols just fine.
Happiness lies in a dime,
Worry less for what is crime,
We all will have a bed time,
Raise glass with red wine,
Life, ichi-go ichi-e.


Note: All the challenge prompts can be found HERE.