Word of the Day


[v. tesuh-leyt]

to construct, pave, or inlay with a mosaic of small tiles or to fit together exactly

“Dead lovers salivate
Broken hearts tessellate tonight” – Tokyo Police Club

“Triangles are my favorite shape
Three points where two lines meet
Toe to toe, back to back, let’s go my love; it’s very late
‘Til morning comes, let’s tessellate” – Alt-J


Word of the day


(of a voice or words) sweet or musical; pleasant to hear.

The jazz singer’s voice was mellifluous and smooth. Reminiscent of Lady Day singing in a Harlem night club with the lights so low and the smoke so thick. It was easy to get lost in her words and the drink in my hand. I’m not worried about tonight. I can make it through, and tomorrow can worry about itself for a change. 

Word of the Day


Definition: Incapable of being expressed or described in words; inexpressible:

 “And so the ineffable, unapproachable God who invented the space in the human heart invaded space to reach the depths of human hearts. It’s all a part of his perfect plan sinners in the hands of God holding on a kite string. Connecting a redeemed humanity by the finished work of the King of Kings.” – Beautiful Eulogy (Satellite Kite)