Cataplexis


Cataplexis (kat-a-pleex’-is): Threatening or prophesying payback for ill doing.

You left me stranded in the twilight zone somewhere between fire and ice, sugar and spice, nothing good and nothing nice.

Now, I’m parked in a ditch waiting for dawn, somewhere between Hell and your front lawn.  When the sun comes up, you are going down, and just like the light, I won’t make a sound.

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Definition courtesy of “Silva Rhetoricae” (rhetoric.byu.edu)

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