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A.Word.A.Daywith Anu Garg
twiforked or twi-forked
adjective: Divided in two; two-pronged.
From Old English twi- (two) + forked, from forca, from Latin furca (fork, yoke). Earliest documented use: 1635.
“The evening before the serpent came,
Just at the first hour of the night,
She reached a flagon* of crystal bright,
Sweet Eve, Young Eve,
Snow-white, rose-red, a twi-forked flame,
The evening before the serpent came,
Kindled and burnt in the heart of Eve.”
Susan Sutton Smith (ed.); Complete Poems and Collected Letters of Adelaide Crapsey; State University of New York Press; 1977.
*A large bottle for liquor
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