Modifying the Bar

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prompted by dVerse.

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9 Responses to Modifying the Bar

  1. claudia says:

    hahah – i can see you had fun with this one… brought a big smile to my face… thank you

  2. Glenn Buttkus says:

    Kicked butt with this one, a very spirited romp. I like the use of “unlikely combinations”, pushing the poetics into the Land of Flarf. It is a grand cortical exercise to untangle, morph, or marry two, or more, unlikely words.

  3. When words
    run freeDom
    Plays..
    Hi 5
    i Do
    iT..
    iN 10..:)

  4. Grace says:

    My tongue got tied up between purple prose and wanderwant ~ Unique word pairings too, I like 🙂

  5. This is a spot-on example of something I’ve noticed–how using modifiers seems to encourage alliteration. Great job.

  6. Exactly what I wanted to see.. so much what I like.. and when an unlikely combination almost become a metaphor. Very much like kennings are done.

  7. Sabio Lantz says:

    I am not a fan of abstract stuff, but something about these word pairings was real fun.
    They were awkward to read together and not smooth — clunky — but they kept drawing me forward in their unusual marvel. Nice

  8. I love the “double chocolate sundae best” – yum. And the wonderwant and wanderwant. And the idea of “rust-free laughter” — some laughing is indeed impure!

  9. aria onyx says:

    I love “purple prose.” And for me, “the unquiet masses” turns itself into “the unquiet massages.”

    “wanderwant” is a great verb … “wonderwant” too

    “significant rest rust” … love that

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