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A Vaguely Absurdist Disquisition

 

 

In future voice
the old star
Changeling

Mainly true
narratives

On the
word play
snippets of text

Technologically
aided
at

Honest

Epic

Melting a
Menacing

love song
“Love Me”

Collaborated
a voice
the threads

Demonstrate
by tending
effective
hints

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“HOMOSYNTAXISM

Homosyntaxism is a method of translation that preserves only the syntactic order of the original words. To give a rudimentary example, if N=noun, V=verb and A=adjective, the outline NVA could yield solutions such as “The day turned cold,” “Violets are blue,” “An Oulipian! Be wary!”) Complete a homosyntaxism of an entire paragraph or article found in your text.” –from The OULIPOST Handbook

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