Word’s of my life…

Logophile [law-guh-fahyl]
(n.) a lover of words. Origin: Logos from Greek, meaning ‘speech’ + phile from Latin or Greek, meaning ‘friend or lover’.
I do not usually like tags on people, but would gladly consider and call myself a logophile.

Improvise [im-pruh-vahyz]
to compose, play, recite, or sing (verse, music, etc.) on the spur of the moment.
Sometimes things are better and more fun when they are improvised.

Monotone [mon-uh-tohn]
(n.) a single tone without harmony or variation in pitch.
I hate monotone days.

Worth [wurth]
(prep.) good or important enough to justify
Some things are worth risking it.

Table [tey-buh l]
(n.) such a piece of furniture specifically used for serving food to those seated at it.
Sitting and talking on a table while music is playing and food all over the place with my best friend a late Saturday night is the best feeling ever.

Imagine [ih-maj-in]
(v.) to think, believe, or fancy; to form a mental image.
I cannot control my mind of imagining all the stuff we could do together.

Perspective [per-spek-tiv]
(n.) the state of existing in space before the eye.
You may feel like a loser but I see you as a winner, it is all about perspective.

Chaos [key-os]
(n.) a state of utter confusion or disorder; a total lack of organization or order.
Between long talks, dark nights, laughs, kisses, drama and dancing there is always a space for chaos.

Lips [lips]
(n.) the red or pinkish margin of the human mouth.
I can feel you on my lips all the time, but I just wanna feel you in my heart and on my mind.

Mistaken [mi-stey-kuh n]
(n.) to regard or identify wrongly as something or someone else.
Being mistaken for my best friend girlfriend twice in the same week is pretty hilarious for me.

Day [dey]
(n.) period of existence, power, or influence.
Days pass by and while some can have an excellent day other will have the worst; that little thought just makes me want to hug everyone.

Mariachi [mahr-ee-ah-chee]
(adj.) dance or music, usually played by a small band of strolling musicians dressed in native costumes.
It had been a long time that I had seen a mariachi and had so much fun with it.

Miss [mis]
(v.) to regret or notice the absence or loss of.
I’m forgot how much I missed your presence, touch and friendship.

Memory [mem-uh-ree]
(n.) the act or fact of retaining and recalling impressions, facts, etc.
We can recall so many memories, but I cannot regain all those feelings.

Hot [hot]
(adj.) having a high temperature.
Today’s day was so hot I just wanted to be lying on the floor.

Active [ak-tiv]
(v.) caracterized by an energetic work or participation; busy.
After an active day, my body feels like it has done a good work.

Friend [frend]
(n.) a person attached to another by feelings of affection or personal regard.
Never thought I had those emotions and thoughts when seeing an old friend.

Concentrate [ˈkänsənˌtrāt]
(v.) focus one’s attention or mental effort on a particular object or activity.
To concentrate in one task only can be a hard task but it can be possible.

Fix [fiks]
(v.) to put in place or in good condition; adjust or arrange.
Everything can be fixed you just need to breathe, have patience and much desire.

Flap [flap]
(v.) to move up and down, as wings; flap the wings, or make similar movements.
I could not stop laughing when I saw the majestic flap flap.

Hope [hohp]
(v.) to believe, desire, or trust.
We humans will always hope for the best but expect the worst.

Suffocate [suhf-uh-keyt]
(v.) to discomfort by a lack of fresh or cool air; suppress.
The hotness of the weather and your thoughts suffocated me in a restless state.

Unstable [uhn-stey-buh l]
(adj.) unsteadfast; inconstant; wavering; marked by emotional instability.
This days my brain is so unstable that is begging to suffocate me and my life.

Create [kree-eyt]
(v.) to evolve from one’s own thought or imagination, as a work of art or an invention.
We create million of beautiful things all the time with every breath we take.

Closure [kloh-zher]
(n.) a sense of psychological certainty or completeness: a need for closure.
It is hard but when something is creating great sorrow in our life a closure can be the best option.

Everyday has a word in specific… and its definition can change too. I just like to collect them too.

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