Medskerpedia Day 512: Germanic Prosody

I researched linguistics again for this one. Essentially it works in Germanic poetic structures (very close to English) into a poem I’d written a few years ago for Found Poetry Review’s PULITZER REMIX project. The text is from Upton Sinclair’s prize-winning novel Dragon’s Teeth, about a young man becoming politicized during the onset of WWII in Europe. Quite enjoyable to revisit this one.

If you would like to find out more about Medskerpedia, and access the poem for today, why not email me? EMAIL: joshmedsker@gmail.com

Until then…

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/West_Germanic_languages

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