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    dots Submission Name: Tale of a Recurring Worddots

    Author: CleoCollier
    ASL Info:    40/F/South
    Elite Ratio:    4.44 - 83/84/26
    Words: 79
    Class/Type: Poetry/Misc
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       this is totally fun for me, and I believe there's a made up word to boot! My poetic license is about to expire, so I went hog wild.
    Ever see a word once, look it up, and all of a sudden you start seeing it everywhere? Voila!

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    dotsTale of a Recurring Worddots

    Redux: revival of a suspected expired
    Idea, germ, etcetera
    Redux, redux of "redux",
    "Redux Rabbit" by Beatrix Potter,

    A parnoid determinist might say the
    Word haunts his conscience.
    Un philosophe Francais l'appelle peut-etre,
    Deja mot conaissance.
    A Jungian could ponder, "Who else is
    Sharing this subterranean sentience?"

    "Je ne sais quoi," what's it mean?
    I don't know what an elusiveness
    Words can have
    'Til one slaps me in the face.

    Submitted on 2005-10-10 20:26:25     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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      What an inspiring little poem! It's like a trip through the dictionary. Pick a page and write a poem using every word. Aside from rejoicing in a newfound word that you now see everywhere, I have no idea what any of it means, but it's a delight to read, nonetheless. The first time I read it, I sat down and just started writing words. I haven't done anything with them yet, but maybe after reading it the second time, I'll actually use them. Thanks. mae
    | Posted on 2005-10-14 00:00:00 | by mae | [ Reply to This ]
      Capricious is an awesome word-very useful! OK translation-"A french philosopher call it 'already known word" and "je ne sais quoi"is useful-it is translated in the next line. "I don't know what" it means a trait you can't quite put your finger on. Perhaps some kind of charisma.
    | Posted on 2005-10-11 00:00:00 | by CleoCollier | [ Reply to This ]
      Dude I love this! it's totally happy and has a bouncy feel to it. And i know how you feel! I can't remember what word it is now. . .oh wait. . . maybe i can. . .oh yes! capricious. . . i saw it everywhere!

    But any way... overall it was funny. BUUT maybe you should but a translation at the bottom of the languages We dont speak. . .like the french and so on. But i reallllly liked your ending. slaps you in the face. . . that always made me giggle!

    | Posted on 2005-10-10 00:00:00 | by Maki | [ Reply to This ]

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