Tuesday, April 08, 2014


Select a name from one of your newspaper articles, famous or not. Compose a poem using only words that can be made from the letters in that person’s name. For example, if you selected “John Travolta,” you may only use words that can be made from the letters A, J, H, L, N, O, R, T and V.
The use of web-based tools is highly encouraged to help uncover different words that can be made from your letters of choice. One tool you might consider is the Scrabble Word Finder.

source: http://www.capecodonline.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20140408/NEWS11/140409750

read: deval patrick,

earl diva, dial a vicar;
eat red pita;

replicate tea
at la cardia palace atria

via vertical detail.
caviar cartel die epical.

crepe carp diver,
par pear ape vita rite.

real pie.  real deal.

1 comment:

David Shimoda said...

Hey Katy,
Scrabblefinder has moved to http://www.wordfind.com, if you could update your link we'd appreciate it!