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Nonsense

by / Saturday, 29 April 2017 / Published in Imagination, Latest posts, Self-Publishing

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An old golden book.

 

Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines nonsense as, “words or language having no meaning or conveying no intelligible ideas; language, conduct, or an idea that is absurd or contrary to good sense; an instance of absurd action.

Nonsense has correct grammatical composition and spelling; however, the words are not put together in a normal order.”

 

I love nonsense. I am always writing it down. It helps me concentrate, and I refer to my nonsense writing for inspiration and motivation. I laugh and wonder what was going through my mind when I wrote the masterpiece.

If you ask me, I’d say “nonsense” is great for the imagination and creativity.

My all time favorite nonsense is from the Anthology of Children’s Literature, a book I cherish and treasure. It’s a bit beaten up but I have learned so much from this book.

 

Mr. Punchinello from Tom Tiddler’s Ground; a Book of Poetry for Children

Mother, I want to be married

To Mister Punchinello,

To Mister Punch, to Mister Chin,

To Mister Nell, to Mister Lo,

Pun- Chin- Nell-Lo,

To Mister Punchinello!

 

Here is one of mine.

“When I was a Girl Guide I learned to make fire; I came to Canada and discovered Canadian Tire.”

 

Keep on writing, even if it is pure nonsense.

 

 

 

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