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map en scale

October 15, 2012

chant slower pale minions

inlaid pianos aslant etc.

moon cradle snail in poem

oo a milk yacht, a hen cargo

storc here est a fan heron caga

dial an opisin rote enemy

cladagh coin, we mix once

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  1. October 17, 2012 14:31

    I love your anagram posts; it is vastly entertaining trying to figure out what they say. (Aside from the obvious. “moon cradle snail in poem” is particularly pleasant to my ear.

    Moon, cradle snail in poem.
    Moon cradle, snail, in poem.
    Moon cradle snail, in poem.)

    All I am getting out of the title of this one is “seance lamp,” which, while fun, may not be indicative of anything.

    • October 18, 2012 10:52

      “chant slower pale minions” was another favorite of mine.

      I love your “seance lamp”.

      Do you want to know what/where they came from? The title, “map en scale” was supposed to be a clue, but I certainly didn’t expect anyone to figure out the subject matter.

      The subjects are vastly more fun treated in this enigmatic way, I think.

      • October 22, 2012 10:34

        “chant slower pale minions” is very nice indeed. It’s all atmospheric.

        There’s no need to reveal it if you do not want. I’m just playing in your sandbox, and this is quite a lot of fun. 😀

      • October 22, 2012 21:08

        well, then, I will preserve the mystery. however, I am working on another anagram poem using a similar motif. Would you mind if I included “seance lamp” in the title?

  2. October 23, 2012 18:07

    Please, go right ahead. 😀

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