Word (and Verse) of the Month:
gossamer

God wove a web of loveliness, Of clouds and stars and birds,
But made not anything at all   So beautiful as words.
Anna Hempstead Branch,
Songs for my Mother.
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gossamer,  n. or adj.  (goss' uh mur)

Noun
Something light, delicate, flimsy, or insubstantial.
A soft, sheer, gauzy fabric.

Adjective
Sheer, light, delicate, tenuous, airy.


A trip to the moon on gossamer
wings.
Cole Porter,
Just One of Those Things
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VERSE

I'd like to weave a fantasy
With words of gauze and crystal thread,
And laced with whimsy, sans souci,
Transparent wings outspread.

Diaph'nous feathers interlaced,
I'd burst, unfettered, life's cocoon;
And soar, by gossamer embraced,
       Ecstatic, to the moon.               
SAJones  2000