Friday, December 4, 2009

words

wordsword
..sword
...swo
...rds
...wor
...dsw
...ord
...swo
...rds
...wor
..dswor
dswordswor
.dswodsw
.ordswor
.dswrdor
.dswords
.wordswo
.rdsword
.swordsw
.ordswor
.dswords
.wordswo
.rdsword
.swordsw
.ordswor
.dswords
.wordswo
.rdsword
.swordsw
.ordswor
.dswords
.wordswo
.rdsword
.swordsw
.ordswor
.dswords
.wordswo
.rdsword
.swordsw
.ordswor
.dswords
.wordswo
.rdsword
.swordsw
..ordsw
..ordsw
..ordsw
...ord
...swo
...rd
....s

5 comments:

Jukka said...

Hi Jon,

I like this playing with words. All kind of pictures went throgh my head when I read.

Jon said...

Hi Jukka,
Glad you liked it... but I hope that the sword stayed well away from your cranium...

SWORD OF DAMOCLES HANGING OVER MY HEAD... as a friend once said...

http://dearteachercrow.blogspot.com/

PO Johnson said...

I'm very into optical illusions. This poem reminds me of that. You know, the letter combinations play tricks with me, make me dizzy and imagine new possible meanings. Neat!

Francis Scudellari said...

I felt the wordsword dangling by a thread.

Mariana Soffer said...

Cool post! I wonder
swords or our words?