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Sunday, January 16, 2005

On Visually-Enhanced Poetry

via Bob Grumman's po-X-cetera

I ordain that visually-enhanced poetry is poetry whose letters have been made into calligraphy, enlarged or reduced, re-fonted, colored, carved, chiseled, bold-faced, italicized, or spray-painted, and so forth--unless whatever change made is metaphorically significant.

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