Monday, November 29, 2004

Anagrammatic poets

Courtesy Kitabkhana, a link to some brilliantly conceived verses on the Modern Humorist website: these are samples of what the great poets might have written if they had fixated on subjects that are anagrams of their own names. Examples: "Toilets" by T.S. Eliot ("Let us go then, to the john, Where the toilet seat waits to be sat upon..."), "Is a sperm like a whale?" by William Shakespeare and "Likable Wilma" by William Blake.

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