seriously, did you like find a way to upload dictionary.com to your brain. wow. this is quite clever in the relationships. the language is a struggle. but i don't mind. i guess that's half the point. it's slightly satirical of poetry having 10,000 dollar words. but it works, so it's enjoyable to either way you take it. but come on, next time, find like one word i don't have to look up. any of these ones would work. this is probably a good way to extend vocabulary though. so i guess i'm someone elses you and you're just the people who had my language skills now, and before that stuff like this was just like random words i can't pronounce. if you talk like this in real life, i'd be faking any understanding i showed. if i fake it well enough, though, what's the difference? (jk) fun read. it would be interesting to see you actually just try less. get more journalish. idk. you don't have to make up words or juxtaposition suffixes that don't belong at the end of them though. that's my thing i have it copy-writed. that's all my blabber for the moment.
Pitch and yaw...
exactly what I did between this poem and the dictionary!
But, it was worth the effort. I like pulchritude, that's a corker.
(sounds more like an edict than a compliment)
This is an interestingly suggestive back and forth of alliteration and stream of consciousness...
someone been sexting?
Thanks for the read.