Cadent Poems : Feb 4


The word apricity is said to have first entered the English language in the 17th century, but the first I was ever introduced to it was in 2015.

Dedicated to my daily writing exercises at the time, one of the tasks I assigned myself was to create a sentence, paragraph, poem or story out of Merriam-Webster’s Word of the Day. Perusing through my trusted on-line dictionary after a brisk December morning walk, there it was – the word apricity. Listed along with other words such as piblokto, sitzmark and brumation, it certainly stood out as being a most suitable and lovely word to describe the absolute bliss of feeling the sun’s warmth on a cold winter day.

Several sentences and poems came from finding such a delightful and appropriate winter word including the drawing featured with this month’s poems.

Starting the week with Apricity’s Sea, I’ll introduce a new “apricitied” poem every week while striving to infiltrate this lovely word into everyone’s vocabulary!


Be sure to follow Cadent Words for more on this month’s cadent word and for several more apricity poems to come.

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