Cadent Words’ heated tale about why the word apricity has been left out of the dictionary continues, but I have to admit, it’s been quite a challenge to come up with an interesting and light-hearted story that has an obvious and rather disheartening ending!
If you missed the beginning of February’s Cadent Tale – catch up by visiting Cadent Poems’ February page before entering the red-hot fury Harold is trying to abate:
Before entering part 2 of this fiery segment, let me introduce February’s Cadent Colour – the colour garnet:
Better known as a gem rather than a colour, it is, according to the Pantone Colour Guide, an actual recognized colour. Unlike the word apricity, which has been excluded from the dictionary of words, the colour garnet has a definite place in this extensive dictionary of colours and it even has a specific file number assigned to it.
Although I didn’t use the actual colour specs provided by Pantone, I did use it as a guide to maneuver around different shades of red and pink.
Ranging from Garnet Heart to Garnet Bliss, be sure to follow Cadent Words for more on this month’s chosen colour.
Catch up on February’s Garnet Heart by visiting February’s Cadent Colour page:
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