Oops!… We Did It Again (debt of honour)

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43 thoughts on “Oops!… We Did It Again (debt of honour)

  1. Of course you both excellently captured what you were going for (on the surface 😋), but what really impressed me was the simple subtle usage of all lowercases. This brilliant incorporation made the whole noir fell much more prominent for me! And I can’t help but wonder, why else?? 💛

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    • Yes, there’s something about lowercase that draws attention to itself, isn’t there? And yet it’s not so obtrusive as to get in the way of the substance of the piece. I know it’s something I’ve done quite a bit in my own poetic writings for many years, but I cannot honestly remember why I began to do that in the first place. I do like it though. It works for me anyway. 😛

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    • I’m starting this off with some personal plop 😉… I’m realizing more and more that thoughts are drugs. I’m really grateful for this connection of ours in this sense because your response has triggered deeper thinking about lowercase poetics. Yay!!
      Anyway, I think it could be something to do with the old saying, “The quieter you are, the more you’re heard.” In spite of harder verse, it seems when lowercased the verse acts as something a bit more subliminal. The layers and potential of the drug appear much more limitless with just a simple incorporation. The best example, for me, is the difference between God and god. I’m hoping I explained myself well haha 😆…Thank you btw

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    • ‘The quieter you are, the more you’re heard.’ Now, I gotta say, I like that! Yeah, I’m going to retrospectively pretend that this is the reason I made that creative choice in the first place. Makes me seem more smart and intuitive than I actually am! Hee hee! Thanks for that, Michelle! 😛

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