G.Edward Dictionary

April 22, 2019


Word of the Day: Rusticate [rəstəˌkāt]   Definition of Rusticate: Verb 1) go to, live in, or spend time in the country. 2) fashion (masonry) in […]
April 6, 2020

Dilly Dilly

You know you’ve heard it said. Maybe you’ve said it yourself. If not how would you use it in a story? What era would that story […]
April 10, 2019


  (Thoughts on the word)   Word of the Day: Unfeigned [ˌənˈfānd]   Definition of unfeigned: ADJECTIVE   genuine; sincere. Usage Examples: “a broad smile of […]
May 10, 2019


Practice sciamachy and you are never alone in this world.   – Anuska Goswami Word of the Day: Sciamachy sci·am·a·chy [sīˈaməkē]   Definition: Verb an act or […]
May 12, 2019


                This is a word near and dear to my heart because it is something, I do every day. To write is the bane of my […]
November 19, 2019


Today’s Word of the Day is one that I think is very underused. In the media and in conversation I often hear it’s synonyms but rarely […]
  • "I am looking forward. Moving slowly toward. My head is heavy with dreams..." ~ G.Edward Smith

  • "Her Time is Limitless. Her Power and Greatness. She is Everywhere Within..." ~ G.Edward Smith

  • "A blind resolution. An abled confusion. My God has forgiven..." ~ G.Edward Smith

  • "You delve into the distance. Leaving behind their resistance. You become new..." ~ G.Edward Smith

  • "The trail has come to an end. An understanding to begin. What lies before me must be true..." ~ G.Edward Smith

  • "Swimming from there through air. An intention laid bare. A gathering of days..." ~ G.Edward Smith

  • "Grown From Hatred. A Thought Serrated. Fear is contagious..." ~ G.Edward Smith

  • "Sun covered darkness. Cowardly in starkness. I live and begin..." ~ G.Edward Smith

  • "Withering in this wanting. A growling and grunting. If only you were here..." ~ G.Edward Smith

  • "I am looking forward. Moving slowly toward. My head is heavy with dreams..." ~ G.Edward Smith

  • "Yet again the skies open. The suns rays I can't recall them. Crawling into my thoughts..." ~ G.Edward Smith

  • "Why can't you relive? Unable to give. Caught in a desperate cycle..." ~ G.Edward Smith

  • "Like Romeo and Juliette. The stage is set. Together in eternity..." ~ G.Edward Smith

  • "We have set ourselves apart. Destruction from the start. For whom will it toll?" ~ G.Edward Smith

  • "A growing hope of transcendence. Throwing off the resistance. Heading onward and over..." ~ G.Edward Smith

  • "Try as I may. This memory will decay. Reliving once more..." ~ G.Edward Smith

  • "My eyes have failed. The ships of understanding sailed. I can't wait any longer..." ~ G.Edward Smith

  • "Would've. Could've. Should've... You are me." ~ G.Edward Smith

  • "What becomes of you. Unlock and walk through. Lifted above the chains..." ~ G.Edward Smith

  • "I stood my ground. She drifted all around…" ~ G.Edward Smith

  • "Can you see? Can you breathe? Don't you realize what you're doing to me... " ~ G.Edward Smith

  • "Welcomed by those. What has she chose? The world awaits..." ~ G.Edward Smith

  • "A single reflex. To hide the defect. I find solace..." ~ G.Edward Smith

  • "This is said to be true. No one can erase it but you. The moment is here..." ~ G.Edward Smith

  • "Would you like to learn to fly? Would you like to see me try? At the edge..." ~ G.Edward Smith

  • "The remembrance of a song. The moment has gone. Tonight we see..." ~ G.Edward Smith

  • "Ever the distance fills. A fright full of thrills. Soon this must end..." ~ G.Edward Smith

  • "She doesn't seem to be. At a loss to see. I can only believe..." ~ G.Edward Smith

  • "Lost all the while. Swimming in your smile. Can't believe what I've seen..." ~ G.Edward Smith

  • "Time is rushing out. Nothing to dream about. This careless night..." ~ G.Edward Smith

  • "Trusting in you. A finding that grew. Hope, fear, and simplicity..." ~ G.Edward Smith

  • "What will you see? Attempting to be. Another lost emotion." ~ G.Edward Smith

  • "Ready for yesterday. Now that you have troubled today. Always remembering..." ~ G.Edward Smith

  • "An evolution of being. To shed our grieving. One step closer..." ~ G.Edward Smith

  • "Alone with the cold. A feeling to be told. Where land meets sky..." ~ G.Edward Smith

  • "The pulling of the tide. The city sleeps tonight. Tomorrow we shall witness..." ~ G.Edward Smith

  • "Drifting in and away. Losing my grasp, want to stay. Dwelling on the stars..." ~ G.Edward Smith

  • "She stands before. Restless for more. An end must be near..." ~ G.Edward Smith

  • "Carried away on bristled breeze. Under sky and over trees. A new home awaits my being..." ~ G.Edward Smith

  • "Willful to the last. This to will pass. I knew of nothing..." ~ G.Edward Smith

  • "Once we were free. Together to be. A frozen moment of love..." ~ G.Edward Smith

  • "The distance grows. And remembering it shows. How can we move on..." ~ G.Edward Smith

  • "Resting is out of reach. So many to meet. I'll wait no more..." ~ G.Edward Smith

  • "Everybody's got to learn sometime. Is this time mine? I recall the night..." ~ G.Edward Smith

  • "Cautiously waiting. Wondering and faining. This is fulfillment..." ~ G.Edward Smith

  • "I wanted vengeance. I got justice. In the end, it wasn't enough..." ~ G.Edward Smith

  • "Today it rains. Tomorrow the same. The sun still shines bright behind you..." ~ G.Edward Smith

  • "Lumbering is my way. You will go I will stay. From two there is but one..." ~ G.Edward Smith

  • "The long hours done. My freedom to become. Sleep is calling me..." ~ G.Edward Smith

  • "A lasting of fright. Carried all year through night. All Hallows Eve is with you..." ~ G.Edward Smith

  • "Throughout the morning. A release of yearning. Why must you go?" ~ G.Edward Smith

  • "Somber is the silhouette. Darkness against set. You and I are here." ~ G.Edward Smith

  • "Who am I to say? Every day is slipping away. Tomorrow should tell." ~ G.Edward Smith

  • "The fight is relentless. No comfort or forgiveness. She stands her ground..." ~ G.Edward Smith

  • "Forget yourself at light. Hold on to the night. Truth is hidden there..." ~ G.Edward Smith

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    Withered to ash. Light has brought me back. Will you come to me?
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    Someone is near. Their intentions are clear. I'm ready for now...
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    Sorry for the intrusion. Another scene from my delusion. Won't you come in...
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    Twisting with watchers. Pulling it bothers. Though none can see...
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    The finality has come. This too, is done. I have released the fears...
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    If love is what you lust. Travel far; you must. For the near is lost...
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    A talent for sure. Hiding forevermore. Caution is welcomed...
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    She stands like pouring rain. Huddled refusing to drain. Her power is patience...
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    A slumber to remember. The scars remain tender. When you sleep dream of me...
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  • Through the open windows. My mind freely goes. Drifting up and out...
  • Wanting is lost. The mountain has been crossed. Forever moving forward... G.Edward Smith
  • This weight will slip. These binds I'll rip. Tonight I rise... -G.Edward Smith
  • Tripped up by your elegance. Stumbled into my reluctance...
  • He watches me from the hill. Inside a mirror to fill...
  • This magically dying of time. From gravities pull till rebirth we find...
  • She was transformed and released. Leaving the forest withered, wanting, and diseased...
  • Thrown into existence. Shackled by reluctance... G.Edward Smith
  • "Tempted and wanting more. She stood just outside the open door..." ~ G.Edward Smith

  • "Some prefer the day. In which the sun reigns. But give me the night. Where moonlight rains..." ~ G.Edward Smith

  • "Through the window, I stared. With eyes of open wonder, she glared..." ~ G.Edward Smith

  • "This the season to wither. The call is strong and bitter..." ~ G.Edward Smith

  • "One can be so alone. Only then are we shown..." ~ G.Edward Smith

  • "This ambiguity ruins me. You too will see..." ~ G.Edward Smith

  • "Sullen in my thought. May this day run free and never be caught..." ~ G.Edward Smith

  • "Some prefer the day. In which the sun reigns. But give me the night. Where moonlight rains..." ~ G.Edward Smith

  • "Three ravens at my door. One is simply looking. While the other two want something more..." ~ G.Edward Smith

  • "A woven tapestry of static. With dread, we reach to grab it..." ~ G.Edward Smith

  • "A murder has found me. By numbers more than three..." ~ G.Edward Smith

  • "I've never had the thought. Together we are caught. I am the one within." ~ G.Edward Smith

  • "Those one's that stare. Are given to bare. When they disappear, no one cares..." ~ G.Edward Smith

  • "One way out and two ways in. Crumpling to the ground, waiting for it to begin..." ~ G.Edward Smith

  • "Whispered in the air among the trees. One either disagrees or believes..." ~ G.Edward Smith

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    "A melody so sweet. In between we meet. A song that can't be heard..." ~ G.Edward Smith

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    "Somethings are here to stay.I love you yesterday..." ~ G.Edward Smith

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  • "In writing anything is possible. The writer is king, pauper, court jester, and the forests and towns they populate." ~Anonymous

  • "You find you. What will you do? Love is something we all are due... " ~ G.Edward Smith

  • "A love sustained. This love remained. With you, I am here and always..." ~ G.Edward Smith

  • "Growing with slowness. Wishful for oneness. To become wanted and adorned..." ~ G.Edward Smith

  • "Where do forgotten days go? Losing their ability to show. The sun is captured and found..." ~ G.Edward Smith

  • "Together from two. Pulled from you. Now I am alone..." ~ G.Edward Smith

  • “The dreamer's dream. With worlds to be seen. A journey to be taken...” G.Edward Smith

  • “If only to realize. In the end I died. The story had lied...” ~G.Edward Smith

  • “I am where you want me. From here I see. To be another beside you...” ~G.Edward Smith

  • “A singular moment. Never to be again. Remember, understand, and begin...” ~G.Edward Smith

  • “Fading from this fight. Discarded from the light. I am here once again... ” ~G.Edward Smith

  • “Many will go.So few to return.We mourn what we learn...” ~G.Edward Smith

  • “The scrapings of a memory. What is it they hope me to see? The rise and fall of grandeur... G.Edward Smith” ~G.Edward Smith

  • “Trying to overcome. The night is done. At waters edge and wanting... G.Edward Smith” ~Virginia Woolf

  • "The great thing about writing is that you can do any goddamn thing you want. Sure there are rules but look at them as simple and adjustable guidelines." ~ Anonymous

  • "Never look down on someone unless you are helping them up." ~ Anonymous

  • "A writer is someone for whom writing is more difficult than it is for other people." -Thomas Mann

  • "If you can't laugh at yourself, everyone else will do it for you." ~ Old English Proverb

  • "Writers aren't leaders or followers; they're more of an observer." ~ Anonymous

  • "I would advise anyone who aspires to a writing career that before developing his talent he would be wise to develop a thick hide.” ~ Harper Lee

  • "Everybody walks past a thousand story ideas every day. The good writers are the ones who see five or six of them. Most people don’t see any." ~ Orson Scott

  • "Don't bend; don't water it down; don't try to make it logical; don't edit your own soul according to the fashion. Rather, follow your most intense obsessions mercilessly." --Franz Kafka

  • "It’s none of their business that you have to learn to write. Let them think you were born that way." – Ernest Hemingway

  • "The best thing about being a fiction writer is that where the truth is inconvenient, I could veer away." Kaui Hart Hemmings

  • "Ignorance though a hurdle carries with it a child-like optimistic outlook of the world while stupidity brings only failure, sorrow, and the inevitable making of the same mistakes over and over again." ~ Anonymous

  • "It is what you read when you don't have to that determines what you will be when you can't help it." Oscar Wilde

  • "Figure out what you love and chase after it with everything you've got. Life is too short to be bothered with anything else." ~ Anonymous

  • “Every secret of a writer’s soul, every experience of his life, every quality of his mind, is written large in his works.” ~Virginia Woolf

  • "Either write something worth reading or do something worth writing." ~Benjamin Franklin

  • "A writer of fiction is really... a congenital liar who invents from his own knowledge or that of other men." Ernest Hemingway

  • "If you like to read, sometimes it's interesting just to go and see what the reality is, of the word, of the seedy or not so seedy fiction writer, the drunk or sober poet... Sometimes you can go looking for illumination." Harold Brodkey

  • "All autobiography is storytelling; all writing is autobiography." J. M. Coetzee

  • "Think left and think right and think low and think high. Oh, the thinks you can think up if only you try!" Dr.Suess

  • "I can shake off everything as I write; my sorrows disappear, my courage is reborn." Anne Frank

  • "What a writer can do, what a fiction writer or a poet or an essay writer can do is re-engage people with their own humanity." Barbara Kingsolver

  • "I was 12. Our, teacher made us write an autobiography and I realized that I wasn't very interesting. I began to make things up, and that's when I thought maybe I was a writer, or at least a fiction writer." John Burnham Schwartz

  • "To say that creative writing courses are all useless is almost as silly as saying all editors are useless. Writers of all levels can benefit from other instructive voices." Matt Haig

  • "Talent is cheaper than table salt. What separates the talented individual from the successful one is a lot of hard work." ~ Stephen King

  • "We write to taste life twice, in the moment and in retrospect." Anaïs Nin

  • "Think left and think right and think low and think high. Oh, the thinks you can think up if only you try!" Dr. Seuss

  • "Why shouldn't truth be stranger than fiction? Fiction, after all, has to make sense." Mark Twain

  • "Never look down on someone unless you are helping them up." ~ Anonymous

  • "A non-writing writer is a monster courting insanity." Franz Kafka

  • "Fiction is lies; we're writing about people who never existed and events that never happened when we write fiction, whether its science fiction or fantasy or western mystery stories or so-called literary stories. All those things are essentially untrue. But it has to have a truth at the core of it." George R. R. Martin

  • “A writer is simply a photographer of thoughts.” Brandon A. Trean

  • "Do what you will, this world's a fiction and is made up of contradiction." William Blake

  • "They got the guns, but we got the numbers. Gonna win we are taking over." Jim Morrison

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  • "Strewn across the ground. This feeling I have found." ~ G.Edward Smith

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    "The time has come. The inner laughter has gone. I wish you to come along..." G.Edward Smith

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  • "Failure is simply the opportunity to begin again, this time more intelligently. -Henry Ford"
May 5, 2019


Word of the Day: Artifact [är′tə-făkt′] It seems to me that this word should be much older. However, it is a fairly new word that usually […]
March 12, 2019


As with many of the words featured in the Word of the Day series, this word is underused and should be in more people’s vernaculars. In […]
April 14, 2019


early 15c., "prompted by malice or ill-will, intending to mislead," from Old French senestre, sinistre "contrary, false; unfavorable; to the left" (14c.), from Latin sinister "left, on the left side" (opposite of dexter), of uncertain origin.
November 10, 2019


Word of the Day: Palter [ pawl-ter ] (Thoughts on the word) Definition of Palter: Verb   to talk or act insincerely or deceitfully; lie or use […]
March 10, 2019


Word of the Day: Saga [sa·​ga] Definition of Saga: Noun 1: a prose narrative recorded in Iceland in the 12th and 13th centuries of historic or legendary […]
April 14, 2019


When I hear the word of the day there is another word that comes to mind every time, roux. I think of food. When I read […]