The Fourth Nonsense Writing Contest - Prizes Worth 25 STEEM - Ends Monday 2 March (Day 5 of 10)
Firstly, please read the contest rules in the first post.
Secondly, please don't ask me where the rules are.
And thirdly, please read and engage with the early entries received so far.
Early entries received so far...
The mind is an engine driven by concepts and affects, hence ideasthesia is a framework within which to explore how apparent nonsense produces more than mere confusion. The bulbous blobbiness of a big bountiful bowl of bones elicits a feeling of fullness - until the final crashing cross-stitch. It isn't just the affluence of alliterations.
Going down another level, mantras are supposed to be recited at a speed at which the words lose their identity and the chant becomes a form of sonotherapy. Most Buddhist mantras are in Sanskrit or Pali but there are some that are not of any known terrestrial language. They are matters of frequency and focus, of incantations and intentions.
Strangely, this song came to mind, not because of the song itself but for the quote in one of the comments.
Thom Yorke: “Street Spirit is our purest song, but I didn’t write it. It wrote itself."
Further Interesting Reading
The Second Nonsense Writing Contest
The Tomfoolery Show
The Curation Coroner
Step Right Up
Tom Waits again - Last Chance Saloon Day
The Paying Attention Award
The Approbation - The Funniest Joke in the World