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Status: In Progress  |  Genre: Non-Fiction  |  House: Booksie Classic

These are a collection of Idioms and an Epiphany

Rain an Epiphany

Rain a musical pour…rain the feeling tears of God…rain a fountain of joy…rain a passion of orgy…rain the grey raiment of clouds…rain the sobbing of God…rain a garb of piety…. rain an adornment of a celestial wonder…rain the myth of awesome glory…rain the nostalgia of lost passion…rain the harmony of a lyre…rain the wounded beast of the evening…rain the surprise of God, a pleasant him…rain the cacophony of wit.



Sandbars is a Malayalam idiom and it means nonsense.

What he is talking is sandbars.

Eat my head

Eat my head is a Malayalam idiom and it means irritating someone.

I don’t want anyone to eat my head.

Walking on the moon

Walking on the moon is  an idiom and it means winning a large sum of money in a windfall draw.

I hope to be walking on the moon today.

Submitted: September 29, 2021

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dewey green

Walk on the Moon mate!

Wed, September 29th, 2021 1:14pm

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