Kitsch is a piece that commands attention and calls out to not be ignored or skimmed over.
Unique on it's own.
And to be honest it will have to be looked at sometime again later on.Just to click it piece by piece together than I did the first time as of reading it line by line while pausing in between.Now there is the challenge it give the reader to recite it with full understanding while letting it roll off the tongue.
Also what plays throughout this entire piece is the wording structure and placement that has words of the same beginning of lettering side by side.A, a, a here or perhaps the two O's at the 1st quarter of it.
It is rare as of form and there is some sort of decreased measurement of writers of todays world who can produce something of this nature.
It is certainly not something one should read only once.
The world as we all know is being done before the eyes in only one hundred forty five words with precise word mechanics.
Inductive integration interpolative audacity
^ The line alone can recall memories to an American citizen about the immigration issue here or maybe it's only me.Most likely dealing with mathematics for sure though for some kind.
You should have titled this "A tail of two Citys".
I thought it funny. Every odd numbered line ends with "city" except for the last which ends "sity". OK it's a stretch of a catch and subsequent comment from a warped mind like mine but that's what happens when you open your work to be viewed by the general public.