Study Number 3: Words in S
There are many words in S, especially
in English, and perhaps in other tongues.
“Somewhere” is a good word:
“Somewhere is a better place than this.”
“Somewhere he can’t find me.”
“Somewhat” is even better.
“I liked it somewhat.” —
Or, “She tasted somewhat sour.” —
And, “She was somewhat shaken by the ordeal.”
No one says such things today;
But what if someone did?
I wish I were a word in S.
So very strong I strive for nothing.
Solipsistic. — Oh! Perhaps I am that.
I make my sentences and syllables as I see fit. Thus!
Syncresis (not a real lexeme, but I like it).
Salamander (walks through fire).
Sandwich (no, not that).
Sugar (not too much, for health; it rots your teeth).
Saffron (it’s more for show than flavor).
(Ginger is a flavor, now, and
ginger is a color too, and more.
Gingers have no soul, it’s said.
I wish I were a ginger; then — )
Syncrisis (that’s a word, a real word; and then, again — )
No more words.
In S. . . .