a flicker of dreams that I vividly experience yet vaguely recall; the images, sensations at the edge of memory; I can’t quite grasp them (noun)

flickers come to the bird bath, perching on the railing, stretching from this loftier perch; such big birds to be called flickers (noun, red-shafted flicker)

the flickering lights of Ogden in the pre-dawn darkness; red/green alternating, blue pulsing, white shimmering (adjective)

my energy, my interest, my desire flame, fade, and flicker (verb)

History/Etymology: Middle English flikeren, from Old English flicorian

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living the dream in northern Utah
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