Next you will find the same words as a free-form poem or freeverse not unlike one you might find on any web page. The form is capricious, only slightly avant-garde, and is chosen to emphasize the words such as they are currently arranged. This gives us a further clue as to how these words might be arranged in any number of forms. One thing I found interesting in the following that I do not find in my capricious introduction above, is an actual reason for not capitalising the “i” in “I” (other than to look “all cool ‘n $&*@”)
Since I decided to use capitals as a rhythmic device, it seemed as though it might be less distracting to not use capitals anywhere else wherein such rhythmic use was not the primary purpose.
You are skipping! You and 6 year old Kanzen are skipping in the rain. Isn’t it fun? That’s what you are doing here. You and Mrs. E are waltzing in the moon light. Don’t you just love free form? That’s what you are doing here.
Skipping. We did a lot of it. I always like the feeling of skipping, perhaps it is also why I gravitate to iambic pentameter ; )
Heh, we did skip a lot, didn’t we?
Ah, but you were my delight, my boy.