Poetry word cloud

What better way to remember a nifty website address and thank the provider of same — than a reblog?

About pendantry

Phlyarologist (part-time) and pendant. Campaigner for action against anthropogenic global warming (AGW) and injustice in all its forms. Humanist, atheist, notoftenpist. Wannabe poet, writer and astronaut.
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19 Responses to Poetry word cloud

  1. Well I compliment you on reposting this item. For I clicked on the wordcloud link in the summary email and struggled to work out what a wordcloud was. Then came here and bingo! All beautifully clear and what a lovely image shared!

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  2. turning20web says:

    ๐Ÿ‘ wow..! ‘Love’ the loveliest and common word.. Huh!! ๐Ÿ˜‰

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  3. This will be extremely useful to me, I want to create some calligrams as illustrations, and to cap it all the whole shebang includes the word ‘cloud’! It was meant to be. Great link Mr Pedantry.

    – Esme thanking him and shaking his hand with gusto upon the Cloud

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  4. I love this thank you.. Thats amazing!

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  5. Squashy Moss says:

    I should do one of squashy..its all me me me sorry. I love this love cloud its brilliant.


  6. Squashy Moss says:

    Yes indeedy!

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  7. Patricia says:

    Hi Colin, Love these posts. Love Karen’s work. May use wordcloud myself for workshops. Love the clip from Cloud Atlas. I was also pleased to see after the clip two other clips came up. Eben Alexander who has written a couple of fascinating books about after life experiences. He offers an interesting analysis as a scientist. The other clip was of Esther Hicks who channels Abraham. I have attended workshops with Esther and Jerry( now passed) and read and studied much of what they have offered to the world. It certainly is worth a look if not already explored. We are all unique souls connected in the Human family. Indeed drops that make up an Ocean……together better.

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