Thirty days, no more, no less.
This is one short friggin’ month.
But that is a good thing.
At least occasionally good.
Short, punchy sentences are, too.
Word®, however, doesn’t always concur.
In fact, when prompted, it offers this slur:
(With a green line under.)
“Fragment (consider revising)”
How TERSE is that?
Um, like, hardly surprising.
No period, even.
No semicolon after ‘Fragment’.
Oh, and by the way, quotation marks mine.
Short, might you say?
So do I hear a “Yea”?
Truncated, I may opine.
Brevity ROCKS – on keys I plinked.
Yet how it shocks to be so succinct.