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Go, Jennings | LyriCloud

September 14, 2010
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So the school year has finally begun for our preschoolers, which means my days are getting more structured, and therefore easier.

Catching up on what’s been going on here this afternoon, eddeaddad’s post using Titular as a generation tool intrigued me, and tooling around The Muse, I found LyriCloud interesting to look at. What follows is nothing earth-shattering, obviously, but I’m enjoying getting back in the mood for all this.

For some reason, I really enjoyed seeing the words arranged alphabetically, so I kept it that way in the poem-thing below. With any luck, I’ll get back to some SciFi Gnoetry before too long.

For lack of a better title, then, here’s Go, Jennings:

1.

accept acclamation :: avoid briefing, cheating

direct factory holiness increases :: invoke lines

a loose mail mass
melting monotonous powers :: routes to souvenirs
spoken sugar taboos

2.

black blind blood :: the cut darkens

drown early :: lie, suffering torturing wounds

3.

again, don’t :: waiting, walking, watching

4.

cold, detonated escape :: heat makes nothing

pandemonium, spitting strange :: a stray tickle

5.

ancient blankets breaking
burning, the captain curses :: flees, hallucinates.
Go, Jennings.

killers’ lies outrun pursuers :: racing, ready

rustles sometimes storm :: thirty-two treasures & weakness

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  1. eddeaddad permalink*
    September 15, 2010 2:35 am

    > I found LyriCloud interesting to look at

    for real, it’s a nice way of working.

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