Here I reside, 39 degrees North,
at the 75th West meridian,
where daily a poem is issuing forth -
my output is very quotidian.
But "quotidian" also means "everyday",
"ordinary", "routine", even "humdrum",
so regularly finding some new things to say
can get to be quite a conundrum.
I'll try to inject more poetical words
like "gossamer", "yore" and "obsidian",
but flowery language is just for the birds,
and so, I should think, is "quotidian".
There's no need to make all the language buffs squirm;
your logic need not be Euclidian,
to know "everyday" is an everyday term
used much more each day than "quotidian".