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    dots Submission Name: Contiguity Continuities dots
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    Author: monad
    ASL Info:    64/M/California
    Elite Ratio:    8 - 1073/403/116
    Words: 108
    Class/Type: Poetry/Serious
    Total Views: 610
    Average Vote:    2.0000
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       Please excuse me I'm having an O.C.Dness with my organizational principles


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    dotsContiguity Continuities dots
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    Laboriously beleaguering hypercritically meticulous hypotaxis apomixis strive

    Rainbow mare aura roan exude emote derive

    Syntactical propinquity habitation harbinger harangue stoic hive

    Colloquialism vernaculars prurient adage jargon idiom cliché's jive

    Mirador bartizan panorama stalwart bastion bulwark tableau live

    Canny cleaver crafty cunning furtive sneaky stealthy connive

    Poignant cogent piquant ephemeral effulgence temporal refraction arrive

    Paradoxical dichotomy greaves gauntlets gamut catalyst abstract survive

    Hectic mayhem , proximity parameter perimeter peripherals , annihilate rive

    Zingy zesty zany zenithal azimuth entity zeal alive





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      This is definitely a confusing jumble of words! I don't know the meaning of a number of them but there doesn't seem to be a pattern or a goal. Are you just listing a bunch of random vocabulary in a few lines?

    I always enjoy being challenged linguistically and you certainly did that here! but if feels like it's too much too fast. Was that your purpose? What was the purpose? If I follow the title then just a collection of words. I feel like it would be pretty cool if there was some subtle or overt structure, beginning and end. Maybe there is and it's beyond me but if so do you want there to be that much page flipping to be required to reach the realization of what it is?

    I'll give you credit for having quite the interesting collection of high levels words though.
    | Posted on 2010-08-19 00:00:00 | by mtg1988 | [ Reply to This ]
      Haha! I'll have to go grab the dictionary:) But that being said, I love being challenged with new words.

    When I was young, I loved to read the dictionary. But lately I've been feeling the need to expand my vocabulary even further. However, memory not being what it used to be, I have started a definition book of my own, figuring if I write them down, it will aid the memorization process... I'll have to get my pen and paper out!

    Not knowing the definitions to them all, I have yet to decide if this piece has specific meaning, if it is a collection of words, or a stultifying conundrum!

    This also reminds me of word collages I used to do. I'd start with a single word or phrase, and, writing as small and tight as possible, fill the page from there with both related and unrelated words, phrases, and even little drawings.

    I'll have to admit though, I can't make sense of it!

    soul-hugger



    | Posted on 2010-06-29 00:00:00 | by Soul-Hugger | [ Reply to This ]


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