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Word It for December

Every night I work on it. Every day, I dream about it. With every passing minute, every passing day I am closer and closer to seeing it. I have no date, no idea of when that day shall come but that does not stop me from envisioning it.

Ah! My Xanadu.
What shall you be?
How shall you be?
When shall you be?
What will you be?
Ah! My Xanadu.

Xanadu is the Word It for December.

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PUBLISHED ON Nov.28.2006 BY bryony
Diane Witman’s comment is:

Xanadu!? I loved that movie!

Roller skates and feathered hair come to mind. You've got to love Olivia Newton John.

On Nov.28.2006 at 12:52 PM
merriam webster’s comment is:

just cause i had no idea

Main Entry: Xan·a·du
Pronunciation: 'za-n&-"dü, -"dyü
Function: noun
Etymology: Xanadu, locality in Kubla Khan (1798), poem by Samuel T. Coleridge
: an idyllic, exotic, or luxurious place

On Nov.28.2006 at 01:28 PM
Anthony Edwards’s comment is:

Somewhat on topic. I recently found a gorgeous old pop-up book of Coleridge's poem. I wish there were more pop-up books for adults. Anyone want to do a version of "Leaves of Grass"?

On Nov.28.2006 at 01:31 PM
yi’s comment is:

It makes me want to take a screen shot of Happy Gilmore's "happy place". That's it... I'm done.

On Nov.28.2006 at 03:25 PM
Michael Dooley’s comment is:

Granted, Orson Welles ain't no Gene Kelly, but let's not forget Charles Foster Kane's hangout.

On Nov.29.2006 at 09:03 PM