Morning Exercise 7-9-14: Word “Fallow”

Start with the word of the day from the New York Times.

 

fallow •\ˈfa-(ˌ)lō\• adjective: 1. left unplowed and unseeded during a growing season; 2. undeveloped but potentially useful

 

Now free-associate.

 

“Undeveloped but potentially useful.”

Right, and that towering tree over there is “uncut but potentially useful.”

That wild animal is “unkilled but potentially useful.”

That sparkling lake is “undrained but potentially useful.”

That free-flowing river is “undammed but potentially useful.”

That innocent child is “unmatured but potentially useful.”

 

 

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