InterNaPwoWriMo, pwoërdzie, pwoermds
April 9, 2009
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e dans l’o
“e in o”
œufs dans l’eau?
a tiring journey?
œ is sometimes called œthel or ethel (from ēðel ‘estate, ancestral home)
spanner wrench ‘n sermon trench
speurtocht & speurwerk
nice = )
where did you learn to experiment in Dutch like this?
by reading James Joyce Finnegans Wake!
that book showed me the possibilites
of language & play!
dutch entry word: kroelen: to lie close to each other in a warm and cosy bed > curl
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