Envoi

(also envoy)

/ˈɛnvɔɪ/
noun
1 A short stanza concluding a ballade.
2 literary An author’s concluding words.

Origin
Late Middle English: from Old French envoi, from envoyer ‘send’ (see envoy).

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And so the end has come
Though fun we have had some
The end is here…
Nah! I’ll be here tomorrow.
No envoi today.

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Swan song. I guess that’s similar. Wrapping it up. The end.
Some day I will stop posting the word of the day with an illustration. However, it will not be today.

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