Words of the Day Poem: Wayfarer and Distend

Way back when
Back before we knew of when
We were wayfarers in every sense

We trekked up trees
We cut down trees
And made our way through mountains

Our jaws distended
Our laws were tended
We invested in moving fountains

wayfarer \ wey-fair-er \
noun
1. a traveler, especially on foot.

distend \ di-STEND \
verb tr., intr.
1. To swell, inflate, or extend.

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