how to become a magnetic poet

Dearest ______,

Last weekend, two of my favorite creatures here in Singapore, Panda and Monkey, gave me an early birthday present.

Now I don’t hold pretensions of mastery in the art of word-  juggling;  I can barely write illuminated, intelligent thoughts without laughing at myself.  Nonetheless, I loved their gift:

Being the playmates that we are, Panda gave me random words out of the whole lot and dared me to do whatever with them.  I ended up trading five impossible words with useful ones (i.e. linking verbs, etc).  This is what I came up with:

Not such a bad juggler, afterall. We we're quite pleased, hohoho.

For one to become a magnetic poet, apparently  one only needs to procure a set of poetic magnets!

...says one very lovable Panda.

Thank you and good day/night, dear friends.

Love,

Karlita

PHOTOGRAPHY & TEXT BY AUTHOR UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED.  ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 

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2 comments

  1. jaja bolivar

    i got one myself, eons ago.

    here are some of mine:

    vesuvius.

    i’m
    a
    prodigious
    proton
    angel
    and
    a
    renaissance rabbit
    with
    plutonium potential

    am i a wordsmith or a cunninglingus?

    wut?

    love,
    ate ja

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