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Sunday, May 18, 2003


Poetry? Try Poe. Having often been moved to scribble a line or two of verse, I was highly amused by Francis Heaney's anagram poetry--written in the style of famous poets on subjects that are anagrams for their names. For example, what if William Carlos Williams had written "I Will Alarm Islamic Owls," or William Blake an ode to "Likeable Wilma" Flintstone?

"Inspired poetry," or "drippy toe resin"? You decide. (Thanks to Adrienne Truett for the link.)




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