You can review our cumulated nonsense about numbers by clicking HERE.
June 30, 2021
June 29, 2021
You can find lots of other verses on this blog under the rubric "Poets' Corner". Most of them are in limerick format, and have been subjected to the editing process at OEDILF, the Online English Dictionary in Limerick Form. To access the others, type the phrase Poets Corner into the searchline on this blogpost (at the top of the righthand navigation column).
June 28, 2021
June 27, 2021
June 26, 2021
June 25, 2021
You can view the entire collection of these 50 wordplay maps, by accessing the collection 'Tourists Palindromic Guides: The Americas'. Start by clicking HERE!
June 24, 2021
You can review illustrated verses about boating in Muskoka by proceeding to 'Reverse Strokes: 'Verses About Canoeing' on the full-service blog 'Edifying Nonsense'.
For more convincing photographs of loons in Muskoka, not to mention an appealing limerick-saga, you might want to click (or cluck) to get to the recent post 'Life As a Loon' on our full-service blogsite 'Edifying Nonsense'.
June 23, 2021
June 22, 2021
The collection of informative verses dealing with 'HUMORISTS' SCURRILOUS TALK' can be found by proceeding to our full-service blog "Edifying Nonsense". Click HERE!
June 21, 2021
another individual, spotted at Caw Caw Plantation
You can review photos and illustrated herpetologic verses in a wider context by proceeding to 'Verses about Reptiles' (don't worry! no snakes)' on the full-service blog 'Edifying Nonsense'.
June 20, 2021
June 19, 2021
June 18, 2021
June 17, 2021
June 16, 2021
June 15, 2021
Verse in honour of Dr. J J.'s birthday (also, check the post of June 23)
dacryocystorhinostomy: a surgical procedure used to relieve lacrimal obstruction (blocked tear drainage)
DCR: abbreviation for above, used by surgical ophthalmologists, who usually perform the procedure
You can view these verses in a wider context by proceeding to 'Nurse-Verse: Patients and their Maladies' on our full-service blog "Edifying Nonsense". Click HERE!
June 14, 2021
You can review the whole collection of our illustrated verses on this topic by proceeding to 'Reversing Verse: Panama palindrome parodies' on the full-service blog 'Edifying Nonsense'.
And, if you are interested in seeing innumerable examples of spoofy palindrome variants on wordplay maps, you could embark on a journey through a collection of blogposts entitled 'Tourists' Palindromic Guides: The Americas, #1 -#4'. All that's needed is to click on the link.
June 13, 2021
You can view these informative verses in a wider context by proceeding to the collection 'DOCTORS and their PRACTICES' on our full-service blog "Edifying Nonsense". Click HERE!
June 12, 2021
You can view these samples from our portfolio of 'Couples' portraits in a wider context on our full-service blog "Edifying Nonsense" HERE.
June 11, 2021
You can become an expert fan of our wordplay concoction 'magical palindromes' by reviewing the explanatory material found in ancient days on our full-service blog "Edifying Nonsense" HERE.
June 10, 2021
You can review the entire curriculum for our 'English Classics Survey Course' at "Edifying Nonsense" by clicking HERE.
June 9, 2021
For the purpose of this blog, a 'brief saga' is defined as a poem, usually narrative, but occasionally expository, that tell its story in at least 15 lines. Most commonly, the format involves three stanzas in limerick form, constituting a single submission to the online humor site 'Omnificent English Dictionary in Limerick Form'. On the OEDILF site, rigorous standards for content and format proceed in a collaborative editing process that may take several weeks to over a year.
Generally, OEDILF has not been enormously welcoming of multi-verse submissions, but Giorgio Coniglio has persisted, and the OEDILF number for each accepted multi-verse poem is shown here on the slide with its first verse.
To access the next 'brief saga' on this blog, proceed to 'radiation exposure'.
To access the most recent previous 'brief saga', back up to 'methylated spirits'.
June 8, 2021
On a gusty afternoon, with the marsh plants 'on board' having grown tall enough to catch the breeze, you can view this type of boating action. You don't have to go to Bolivia to see 'floating islands'!