Greetings, poets and storytellers. I hope this week is being good to you. I’ve been a tad sickly, but things will get better (they always do, don’t they?). Speaking of better things… the other day, a friend sent me a copy of Craig Santos Perez’s “Ars Pasifika”:
when the tideof silencerisessay “ocean”then with the paddleof your tonguerearrangethe letters to form“canoe”
I enjoyed the clever use of anagrams. So, for today’s prompt, I invite you to write new poetry or prose using anagrams—a word, phrase, or sentence formed from another by rearranging its letters. Looking for inspiring pairs, trios…? Visit the following links:
By the way, am I the only one who read Lolita about a gazillion times without ever noticing that Vivian Darkbloom is an anagram for Vladimir Nabokov? 🙄
Add the direct link to your poetry or prose to Mr. Linky. One entry per participant. If you choose prose, please keep the count to 369 words or fewer. This prompt shall remain open for a week, so we have all sorts of time to delight on each other’s words.