Prompt #3078 Word of the Week – Pusillanimous

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Prompt #3078 Word of the Week – Pusillanimous

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Pusillanimous Pantoum Poem

Pusillanimous is showing a lack of courage or determination, timid.
I’m not pusillanimous, I have lots of courage and determination.
Considering myself I could say I’m a very shy frighten elderly person
Shyness is a feeling of apprehension, especially with strangers.

I’m not pusillanimous, I have lots of courage and determination.
I’m like a scared child that shows fear in uncertain environments.
Shyness is a feeling of apprehension, especially with strangers.
This commonly occurs in new situations or with unfamiliar people.

I’m like a scared child that shows fear in uncertain environments.
There is a fear which I cannot explain, something in childhood school days.
This commonly occurs in new situations or with unfamiliar people.
Something I never had as a child, was satisfaction, like a mother’s embrace.

There is a fear which I cannot explain, something in childhood school days.
Fear can be learned by experiencing or watching a frightening traumatic accident.
Something I never had as a child, was satisfaction, like a mother’s embrace.
So the definition of pusillanimous is weak and afraid of danger.

Fear can be learned by experiencing or watching a frightening traumatic accident.
Considering myself I could say I’m a very shy frighten elderly person.
So the definition of pusillanimous is weak and afraid of danger.
Pusillanimous is showing a lack of courage or determination, timid.

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