Café Crem

Art, Music and Words around The Coffee Table

Presence…

C ome

O ver

F riends.

F or

E very

E lf

C an

U se

P resence.
Psychscribe

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December 23, 2007 - Posted by | CCCCompetition, coffee, culture, family, friends, life, love, personal, poetry, writing

7 Comments »

  1. Great, Psychscribe, wonderful idea and well-deserved point in the CCCC!
    Has somebody an idea how I can add an empty line in an entry text? It always deletes them!

    Comment by Miki | December 23, 2007

  2. Hi Miki,
    I wanted Presence to be in the CCC competition 🙂 Do you see that I’ve spelled coffee cup? I don’t know what you call this kind of silly word thing, I think I used to do it in grade school.

    Comment by psychscribe | December 23, 2007

  3. Good morning, Rose Heart, I just added your point in the CCCC Scores!
    Of course I saw the coffee cup, I even enhanced the first letters of each line, putting them in bold!
    I don’t know either how one calls this kind of “silly word things”, I wonder if somebody here will know… but I love these silly things!

    Comment by Miki | December 23, 2007

  4. This is very clever! I love word games, too. And now it’s driving me nuts trying to think of what this one is called 🙂

    Comment by shelleymhouse | December 23, 2007

  5. In French this kind of poems are called “Acrostiche”. If the end letters of eacg line make a word, it’s called “telestiche”.
    I have no idea though how you call them in English…

    Comment by Miki | December 23, 2007

  6. Anagram I believe but I can’t tell the difference between chess, suduko, trivial pursuit and checkers.
    At Christmas time they all look the same to me.

    Comment by Michael | December 24, 2007

  7. Ah! In English it’s Acrostic. At first I was thinking anagram too, Michael. But anagram is when you rearrange letters in a word to get a different word. For example, “angel” is an anagram of “glean.”

    Comment by shelleymhouse | December 24, 2007


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