Tuesday, 15 February 2022

INSECTS, part #2


A continuation of the post from August 15, 2020 "Buzzwords: VERSES about INSECTS"





















 














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Thursday, 10 February 2022

PATIENTS and THEIR MALADIES, part #2


This post is a continuation of 'PATIENTS and their MALADIES, part #1', as posted on this blog February 10, 2020 (two years ago).

































Requests from many health professionals and layfolks as well have come to fruition; there is now another followup post continuing this theme that you can easily access.  Click HERE for part #3 of 'Patients and their Maladies'




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Saturday, 5 February 2022

PALINKUs (poetic novelty) -- the fifth set, incredibly


A continuation, proudly displaying 10 more of our introductory group of poems .... 

 Go back to review the first ten 'palinku' poems by clicking HERE, the second set by clicking HERE, the third set HERE, and the fourth set HERE. And, be sure, if you need a brush-up on palindromes, to follow the links given with the first set for the didactic offering 'Political Palindromes'.





An additional point: Where do these palindromes come from?

The majority are in the 'classic repertoire' of this constrained but nonsensical form of writing. The authors are proud to report that they have apparently concocted at least some of the remainder. 





























 






In a post on our blog "Daily Illustrated Nonsense", you can find more information about the 'Exotic Destination': Paris (Ontario). Click HERE.



You can continue this incredible exploration of our new poetic form. Click HERE for more palinkus.


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