I am Bruce
I have an adverb addiction.
I am an innocent child of this terrible thing.
At first I hurriedly popped them into sentences.
I hoped no one would notice.
I found I could not write fluently without them.
You didn’t say a word
Perhaps it is because you are too blooming polite.
On this forum all readers are critics, or at least you should be.
You write regularly.
Many of you are students carefully creating works of art.
You choose your excellent words craftily.
It matters not whether the work is prose or emotive verse.
I like how you think.
I like your rhythm, your meter, your alliteration.
I like your onomatopoeia.
Like the dastardly drunk I am stuck on them, all 3700 plus words in the English dictionary.
I use them sparingly
I see they commonly end in ly.
Many others escape my pen, hidden as they are, in my convoluted verbose speech.
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I purchased a membership.
Cured of one writing ill.
I have another.
I overuse glue words.
Who would have thought?
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