24th January 2022: meet-cute, n. Chiefly with reference to films, novels, etc.: an amusing or charming first encounter between two people that leads to the development of a romantic relationship between them.
25th January 2022: ram-stam, adj. Chiefly in Scottish and Irish English (northern): impetuous, precipitate; reckless; headstrong.
26th January 2022: Jai, int. Used as an expression of praise or support, esp. in political slogans or at public events: ‘Victory!’, ‘Long live ——!’.
27th January 2022: toydom, n. The domain or world of toys.
28th January 2022: swag, n. U.S. slang (originally and chiefly in African-American usage). Bold self-assurance in style or manner; an air of great self-confidence or superiority.
29th January 2022: banteringly, adv. In a bantering manner; jokily or teasingly.
30th January 2022: drivel, n.2 Foolish or silly words; nonsense, twaddle.
This meet-cute was not of like and like – a delicate boy and ram-stam lassy. Still. Jai, jai, the mountains cry, echoed in love, so vibrant and real as to turn the world around to a mere toydom. With swag she swings his heart in a bag, lips curled up banteringly, masking pain and vulnerability with drivel and decorum.