Without googling, who penned these words?
How many goodly creatures are there here!
How beauteous mankind is! O brave new world
That has such people in't!
If you don't know the author, hit the books!
No shortage of exclamations here!
And now on to a new form: the Poemagram. Take a long word, or two, preferably your name, and find all the anagrams in it. Wordsmith.org has an angram site: http://wordsmith.org/anagram/index.html
The 14 letters of my name contain 71,429 anagrams, but my friend John Lee has only 2: Lee John and Eel John. If your name is short take someone elses, William Shakespeare, for example.
Now take the best the anagrams and make a poem, a Poemagram, rhyming or not. Here's mine in ABAB rhyme scheme.
Douglas Florian (shopping list)
Landaus Frog Oil
Nasal Gourd Foil
A Fall Dingo Sour
Diurnal Sofa Log
A Final Door Slug
Audio Snarl Flog
A Rain Floods Lug
Aural Food Sling
A Flag Odours Nil
Dual Aloof Rings
A Snafu Door Gill
Landaus Frog Oil is a great moisturizer. Diagonals Flour is used to make a 3/4 upside down cake. Nasal Gourd Foil protects against cold germs. A Fall Dingo Sour is curiously refreshing!
A Diurnal Sofa Log keeps track of time squandered during the day. A Final Door Slug keeps drafts out. An Audio Snarl Flog beats unruly radios senseless. A Rain Floods Lug comes in handy in your basement. Aural Food Sling works great in food fights. A Flag Odours Nil is a must-have at schools. Dual Aloof Rings are the perfect gift for the couple who has everything. A Snafu Door Gill keeps those hinges moving freely.