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(drifting around Tinker's excellent archive I was inspired to try one of these, emphasise try) How to live cheap he thought So a single peach he bought It's worth a coin's throw I trow Thought he, an archaic wonk was he to know so old a word and show his hows and whys Yet a life's short and time flies.
Explore the Craft of Writing Poetry English Verse Anagram is the transposition of one word or phrase to another by rearranging the letters. (Elvis-lives / listen-silent / dormitory-dirty room etc.)This has been a tool of light verse, occasional verse and epigraphs probably as far back as the written word. A poem who's focus is the expansion of the anagram is known by the same name. The elements of the Anagram are: a poem written incorporating the transposition of a word, name or phrase into another and expanding upon it. composed in meter, rhyme and/or length at the disc