188 sops made joyful for texting in garden

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Father applauded –
they laughed out 188 suppers
to kingdoms in night for
confederates,
wine
or using suffering
while entering over
a recent 18-bread flesh.

Father also knew 147 hours,
74 registration cups
and 59 Lords
to white nights
who didn’t have atonement.

That guard endureth
to fewer than 2,000,
feet in 2013.

 

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Following Margo over to Oulipost for today’s challenge, the “Chimera.”
Original Article, from today’s Las Vegas Sun
Nouns: The Man Born to Be King, by Dorothy Sayers
Verbs: Psalm 100
Adjectives: song lyrics from “Let It Go”

 

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4 Responses to 188 sops made joyful for texting in garden

  1. margo roby says:

    Grin. Using the numbers is clever. By the end, father sounds like a Mason or an Elk.

  2. My little one loves “Let it Go.” And I am very impressed by this hybrid. Though I was unsure what the numbers signified, but I imagine that’s part of the point of it!

  3. whimsygizmo says:

    The numbers were actually part of the original article. I couldn’t remember if a number is officially an adjective or not. I could have replaced them with adjectives, but it started to get sort of interesting when I didn’t. 😉

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