unpredicted

 

ambiguity

What a stuff of un-ambiguity
and preserveness of precious familiarity
on the topic of unpredicted emotions

First of an occasional series of found / spam poetry or spoetry — thanks and apologies to an anonymous but entirely involuntary wordsmith for the word sequence — layout mine

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Calmgrove

Book review blogger and piano accompanist

4 thoughts on “unpredicted”

    1. I have to say that it’s all very suggestive, maybe allusive.
      “What a stuff of un-ambiguity,” is very Shakespearean, is it not? (“What a piece of work is man…” and all that.)
      And “preserveness of precious familiarity” works — just — if only for its alliteration. “Preserve-ness”? The ability to keep? Anyway, a rather early to mid-20th century turn of phrase.
      “The topic of unpredicted emotions” is very Bunyan-like, like the Slough of Despond, and includes more alliteration.

      Looking forward with gross estimation of syntax to Gucci handbags of your astuteness…

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