Birds and arrows and grasping claw.

Scottish Word: Thraw.

Birds and arrows and grasping claw.

Yerd, cauld bleezin, thraws a raggit cleuk tae ruik the sky ahn frae that mirken scartit maw the arras spew doon tae die. Yin burd flees n caws aboon, minted tae smuir adoon that maw, t’ither … Continue reading Thraw.

Red mad biro scribbles of which one might be a suicidal monkey.

Scottish Word: Screenge.

Red mad biro scribbles of which one might be a suicidal monkey.

Skreichin puggie skirling abune ma heid screengin efter a death sun deith o the deid ettled efter aw ither blenters scarted oot riddled reid nithin but dull ramshoch ablach. Owersettins: screenge: prowl after, yearn for. (This … Continue reading Screenge.

Isaac Asimov and Terry Pratchett working to get a Golem under control.

Scottish Word: Tirraneese.

Isaac Asimov and Terry Pratchett working to get a Golem under control.

“Right. Are ye sure yer Chems for golems are perfect this time Asimov? I’m no wantin this thing gi’in me oni mair o this bane heidit by the letter tirraneese it gets up tae. It pented … Continue reading Tirraneese.

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