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wordry

Book Summary   by:mozihs     Original Author: chisom
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Wordry, the art of puting words together in an unconventional way to make sense, to convey a message, to give a warning, to inform, to ridicule wihtout any reprehension, to make people open their mind and eyes to see things as it is, to make people feel the impart of words. it is not totaly unrelated to some form of poetry, but not poetry, though poetry has a lot to do with it or do we say poetry gives this art the greatest opportunity of expression and existence. it is not enough to tell me that it is bad to do drugs how do you tell me that and it makes sense to me do you tell me, don't do drugs or do you tell, you are digging your grave (this is the simplest form of wordry). people who are good in wordry may be called wordsmiths, gving the sense of a blacksmith/goldsmith hammering ordinary gold nugget or piece of iron into something appreciable but now these wordsmiths hammer ordinary words into something you can read and smile or grabs your thoughts a few minutes before the smile comes or you start nodding your head. How can you make somebody understand that he/she is an idiot, you are an idiot? no! no! no! you tell him, you are a practising idiot whao! thats a grabber. wordry makes you want to read, some of the things lawyers put down on paper as agreement may be a kind of wordry in a negative way sometimes because sometimes they tend to confuse you rather than communicate to you, tell me for joves sake why i would need a lawyer to go through an agreement written in simple english before i sign because it is not simple though they are trying to make you see the thing as it is. the art of wordry should be practised by ever one to make reading enjoyable.
Published: August 26, 2005   
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