Dora Flood

Rookie (Los Angeles)

Bereft At The Loss - Poem by Dora Flood

glum, morose, surly, sulky, crabbed, saturnine, gloomy mean showing a forbidding or disagreeable mood. sullen implies a silent ill humor and a refusal to be sociable

I'M BECOMING UNWOUND

glum suggests a silent dispiritedness. morose adds to glum an element of bitterness or misanthropy

I NEED SOMETHING TO HAPPEN

surly implies gruffness and sullenness of speech or manner

A VIOLENT THING, EVEN

sulky suggests childish resentment expressed in peevish sullenness. crabbed applies to a forbidding morose harshness of manner

THE CRUSH OF A BREAKDOWN

saturnine describes a heavy forbidding aspect or suggests a bitter disposition

A REASON TO WANT TO

gloomy implies a depression in mood making for seeming sullenness or glumness.

GET UP AGAIN

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Poem Submitted: Monday, May 9, 2011

Poem Edited: Saturday, May 14, 2011


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