Thursday, November 05, 2009

Quilly 35

It is a Quilly day. Time to take Quilly’s three words for the day and write a story.Today we have our choice of any word introduced in October. They are:

Suffarcinate-to load up, to stuff
spiscious-adj. of a thick consistancy
tristifical-adj. causing to be gloomy or grievous

maleolent-adj 1657 -1727-having an ill odour
xenization- n 1818 -1818- to exist as a stranger.
pigritude-n 1623 -1656- slothfulness

tenellous adj 1651 -1651- somewhat tender
utible adj 1623 -1711- serviceable; useful
nubivagant adj 1656 -1656- moving throughout or among clouds

misqueme v 1395 -1658-to displease; to offend
tragematopolist (plural tragematopolists)- 1. A confectioner, or a seller of sweets.
vacivity n 1656 -172 -Emptiness, containing nothing; meaningless, without knowledge or sense; frivolous; foolish

All of Quilly's words may be found HERE

A Plan

Detecive Mallory now knew that Alexander Foxco was behind the killings and it was all because he knew there was oil on Josh’s land. He also suspected but wasn’t sure that the DA was working with Foxco This would explain why she was in such a hurry to take Josh to trial. But such conjecture was useless with his present vacivity.
What he needed was a utible plan. As he sat at his desk thinking suddenly the window exploded and a bullet whizzed by his ear. He dropped to the floor, ignoring the maleolent old boards , pulled his revolver, and crawled to the window but when he looked out he could just see a black car pulling away. He couldn’t get the license number. Standing he rubbed his now tenellous knees and shook . Now they had extremely misquemed him.
IT had to have been Foxco or one of his stooges. But how did he know that Mallory was getting close? The only one Mallory told of the evidence was the DA. Now he was fairly certain she had to be one of them.
He went straight from his office to the lawyer’s and had a paper drawn up. Then he and the lawyer went to the jail to visit Josh. He explained to Josh he had a plan to get him out but Josh had to trust him. He wanted Josh to sign over all of his property to him. Josh trusted Mallory fully and didn’t hesitate in signing. The lawyer witnessed the signing.
Then Detective Mallory sent the lawyer to visit the DA and to tell her that he would be representing Josh. Tell her that to make this possible Josh had signed over all his property to Detective Mallory who would then be paying the legal bills.
After that was completed Mallory went back to the office having stopped only to pull the security video from the entrance to the tragematopolist at the end of the street.
To be continued.


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. Here then is today's quivel.

Candy Making

Maleolent wind blows across the plain
Tragematopolist there hoping for gain.
Into the vacivity the ghouls came
Misqueme their one sole aim
Pigritude in the ghoulish clan
Utible stuff to make a plan
Spiscious foam covered the ground
No more tristifical covering to be found
Suffarcinate it into nubivagant like bags
Tenellous candy from the hags

Of course the dragons were busy today you can see them HERE.


Nessa said...

Boy, Josh sure does trust Mallory. I do too.

Dona Nobis Pacem & Thursday Thirteen

SouthLakesMom said...

As a lawyer, I can tell Josh that was a VERY BAD IDEA...but maybe in your story land it will turn out okay!

Nice continuation keeping us going!

Anonymous said...

Mallory is one smart cookie. I just hope he watches out now cuz I'm sure the DA is going to be gunning for him more now that she knows Josh signed everything over to him. Well done my friend :)

Sandi McBride said...

You are too cool...but for some reason I really want to smack Mallory with a rolled up newspaper! And I always get antsy when someone says, TRUST ME!
Well done, Quilly!

anthonynorth said...

We're set up for a mammoth battle now. Loving it.

quilly said...

I'm so enjoying this story.

He may save Josh, but will Mallory survive? I just hate it when my knees misqueme, but I am certain they would if anybody ever shot at me -- and my bowels would likely join them!

Susan at Stony River said...

Holy cow. It's one thing to face losing a case, but now bullets--I hope Mallory knows what he's doing! Can't wait for next Thursday.