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Another Found Poem - De File
Does Collecting Make You Feel Dirty?
Another Found Poem
This time the words run together:
meningitiswhine karl smudgyectopic tear boricconnecticut clothbound sagittalmyoglobin brownish groupoidconsignee lyman placeableniagara shakedown bestowroundhead shun calcareouseyeful asocial insuppressibleoffer blown bidclank acquisition gibberishinfinitude subliminal futuretioga transfix prybloke american vizsepal scrutable royaustin pallid acclaimcomplete wreck sensehinterland ansi cheaterdeepen referring dougfork grind delicatefurther palermo superfluouscaw redstart jesusguernsey speakeasy acrylicinjurious merriment oxnardplaster acanthus gelatinmeet plantain flakewhitehead dynamite trombonereprimand rafael sainthoodeverybody bodice clamentation musicale northlandsherrill lapel ncaradelia dougherty munciepasser tonk amatonsillitis designate cornucopiadrain parapet sourceoblong inverness mossanywhere condemn combatteddeposit desperado nicetyambiguity
I'm partial to "sourceoblong," "grupoidconsignee," and "mossyanywhere." But "clamentation" takes the grand prize. I love the sound of bivalves in the mourning.

Mode: clickety-clack
Muse: A Cautionary Song - The Decemberists - Castaways And Cutouts

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elizabeg From: elizabeg Date: August 9th, 2004 06:12 pm (UTC) (LINK TO SPECIFIC ENTRY)

clustery blustery bivalves indeed

I love these found poems. The Ls here just roll off the tongue so well.

Colin Meloy has a way with his consonants as well, those liquid Ls and rolling Rs, the clustered polysyllabic nouns... The Decemberists were one of my first LA concerts, though I missed them when they were there most recently.
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