I intend to write a…

TOHU VERSE!

I intend to write a post or two on weekly features. Wonder of wonders: As soon as I go to the list of available formats in which I used to publish with others here: I recall that I created it with an open heart to welcome anyone and everyone to write as often as they needed to: provided, they had a WordPress account. It seemed now: as if I needed a special permission to write. I didn’t. Nobody does. It’s a different matter whether anyone of the followers of this blog is interested in what you intend to write. I used to assemble a 13 words story every Sunday. We did many such posts collaborations. Idea was given by one Keith Garth who participated for a while here.

I want to introduce you to Tohu verse. It’s a word which means “chaos.” The word comes from Jewish mystical tradition (Kabbalah.)

I was fond of learning words because they were the only investment which would have made me rich. It didn’t. I have been working on my vocabulary. As I was looking for longest words in English language: I realized they were often compound of simple words. I began creating them on my own.

An example: it is the custom of union.

Itisthecustomofunion

What I did here: removed the spaces between the words in the sentence. If you do it for enough long : you create some musical notes. It might be fun to read them back. Here’s a sample Tohu Verse:

Tohuttersevereserverisimilitudeofanetudeutronomyonderelicthonictusselatedocileoninewandsolitudeemedianodynemesisalacritycoonoosphereticoniciclementineolithicuinnumerableewayayaverorqualtazimuthingedindinabulationoisomesolithosphereificationuchannahamateacupuckeredragonfalonesomesugameteammatestamentationosegaymargayinyangleritualslowbreductileitmotifulgentrystupendousomniferousulcusutlerimpochestnutterverseoulukamikazephyrodomontadeskylarkspurupturedolittlessonsnowmountainamesakeidolonomatopoeiambiconnostockadeereminecrafterwardsidewiningsidekickthebucketceteranschuluss

Reading it is not easy or fun. It’s puzzling and needs concentration. Let me know what you think of it.

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