Quadrille #26



Happy Monday, dVerse poets, as well as welcome to the bar, which is now open! It’& rsquo; s Kim from Creating in North Norfolk bringing you the Q44, our Quadrille, when we take any kind of definition of one word and change it into 44 poetic words. Today, I want you to write a poem of specifically 44 words (not counting your title), including the word ghost.

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According to Wikipedia, the English word ‘& lsquo; ghost & rsquo; originates from the Old English word ‘& lsquo; gás & rsquo; by means of ‘& lsquo; gaistaz & rsquo; which is West Germanic. The pre-Germanic kind was associated with the Old Norse geisa, implying ‘& lsquo; to craze & rsquo;. Besides denoting the human spirit or spirit, of both the living as well as the departed, the Old English word is made use of as a synonym of the Latin spiritus. It can likewise represent any kind of great or fiend, such as angels and also demons, as well as the spirit of God. The now-prevailing sense of ‘& lsquo;

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Quadrille #26
Daily Word Prompt 162 “Gold”