Thursday, October 01, 2009

Lots Of Quilly Words

It is a Quilly day. Time to take Quilly’s words for the day and write a story
Quilly said to pick our own words from the list of words already given. I choose one for each letter of the alphabet were there are words. There were no words starting with L,K, W, OR X.

Acrasia, bacchante, cynicocratical, divagations, ebullient, fracas , Glabrous, hitonious, isangelous, jussulent , mariturient , nescience, opprobrious, phalerae , quibbleism, rogitate, summotion ,tenebrous, uxorious, veteratorian, zoloist

You can get meanings by clicking HERE

Detective Mallory , having just returned from breaking up a fracas at O’Mally’s Bar could not be said to be in an ebullient mood. In fact if you asked him to describe his day he would have said hitonious, absolutely hitonious .
First his cynicocratical DA was pushing him to close the case on the phalerae murders as she already had enough evidence to convict Josh. She even accused Mallory of quibbleism. If ever there was a zoilist it was the DA.
Second his questioning of Judith the mariturient stalker of Josh had turned up no new information. She had simply repeated that she believed that Josh would make a really uxorious husband.
Third he was fully aware that his nescience could send Josh to jail.
He was glad he didn’t suffer from acrasia because if ever he needed a level head it was now as the future of his friend depended on it. He could afford no divagations from that task.
That’s when he got his first break. His glabrous deputy as opposed to the one with the full head of hair saw the picture of Judith on the data board. He recognized her as a woman who was known in the local bar scene as a bacchante. And she used the name Mellisa not Judith.
If the deputy was right why was she now calling herself Judith and pretending to be in love with Josh? He would need to go back and question her again. She was not the isangelous person she had pretended to be but rather one guilty of opprobrious conduct.
It was also time to ignore what he thought he knew and do some thinking outside the box.
Wonder if none of the victims were the real target. Wonder if Josh was the real target. Somebody needed to frame Josh. But why? Why not just kill him and add him to the list of victims ? Was there really such a veteratorian person? What is really going on? How does Judith fit in? In this process he would rogitate the same questions.
Now he needed a nice jussulent bowl and some quiet time which meant the summotion of himself from the office. Just the thought of the soup ended his tenebrous mood.
To be continued next Thursday

And of course with Quilly's words comes the required quivel.
There is poetry which a few people do well.
Then there is poetic drivel which is more fun and has its own experts.
But below them all is Quivel
Remember to write quivel you must write something that looks like a poem, any style , but is so bad that if it was printed in a book of poetry a true poetic zoilist would tear it out and burn it.
In other words if it contains Quilly's words and looks like a really bad poem it is really good Quivel.
Saved by the Brawl

At the center of the fracas in the bar
Was the glabrous man with the scar
Hitonious might have been his fate
At the hands of his mariturient date.
Bacchanate was more his style
Arcasia had her brother Qyle
Nescience of his sisters faults
Uxorious her his reason halts
Isangelous one she appears to him
Oh his face is tenebrous grim
Veteraratorian he will never be
Opprobrious conduct is what we see
a jussulent bowl on him gets poured
A divigation he can’t afford
Eubbilent police arrested all
Cynicocratical DA made them crawl.
Of course the dragons were busy today you can see them HERE.


Anonymous said...

Wow my friend. What a great use of many words. Well done. I am beginning to think now that Judith/Mellisa has something evil to do with all of this. I am hoping that the soup will help him think outside the box and the quiet time will definitely help. Your Saved by the Brawl was entertaining to say the least.

anthonynorth said...

Our hero is reflective today. This usually comes before a breakthrough.
Enjoyed the story, as always.