Intergossiping

Magnifying Glass over Dictionary

Magnifying Glass over Dictionary

Intergossips a curious word
Two parts Middle English,I read;.
Inter is between,
Is it Latin, I mean?
Intergossip’s a hybrid in thirds.

Gossip comes  from God  and sib in Middle English and used to mean a godparent.It did not then have a negative meaning.

Now the gossip in our little town
Makes one’s hair change from white into brown
For we gossip with love,
As in heaven above.
Soon we’ll gain fame and renown.

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About Kate Thwaite

I love writing , conversation, art, wild flowers, music and air.And books
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