a blog of scottish pwoermds
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this one i like alot, i don't worry about "correct reading" & just enjoy that stomach dropping rush associated with quick motion thru thick gravity, the whoosh, the feeling of weightlessness.for you:.........pwoermd³.........fauthor((sun))ghgholyst. . .
Absolutely lovely, troy. Thank you!And yes, to be whoosht and wheesht and whisht."wheesht" = be quiet, hush.
= )ahhh, a good one Stephen.i even like it more now i know that i know the pwoermd is shushing wheesht, excellent.it's amazing how many different readings a pwoermd contains, like an abstract painting, each reader/viewer brings their own set of interpretations & also process thru the lens of whatever primary language they may inhabit, combined w/ cultural aspects as well as sociological ones.the complexities of minimalism never end to fascinate me.
m!n!mgxthis is an incredibly fascinating pwoermd.