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Cornfedtrouble: July 2008


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Tuesday, July 08, 2008

Stop, Look & Listen


Linguistic inertia bends
Knewton’s law with e-motion,
Puts the em-PHA-sis on the wong

syl-LAH-bull when
Mandarin music makes more money.

Write the China syndrome
Whole planet language orbituaray.

Fate dictates sound discoveries,
New East mates dictionate

Online. Translation speak,
Where the rubber meets the toad
Pwincing the kisser.

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Friday, July 04, 2008

Fourth of July Sound

The first giraffe In France arrived In Paris on June 30, 1827. Gosh, I wonder what that was like. And, I wonder what is like that. (sic.)

diminished fifth

sounds foreign as
giraffes in Paris haunt
dead syllables mouthed in muted

from wikipedia, "The tritone (tri- or three and tone) is a musical interval that spans three whole tones. The tritone is the same as an augmented fourth, which in 12-tone equal temperament is enharmonic to a diminished fifth. It is often used as the main interval of dissonance in Western harmony,..."

and, in my other voice on New Verse News

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