Wednesday, September 10, 2014

FW 1.64g --letter-coins as weapons--

1.64a: (Stoop) if you are abcedminded, to this claybook, what curios of signs (please stoop), in this allaphbed!...
1.64b: Many. Miscegenations on miscegenations. Tieckle. They lived und laughed ant loved end left. Forsin...
1.64c: In the ignorance that implies impression that knits knowledge that finds the nameform that whets the wits...
1.64d: But with a rush out of his navel reaching the reredos of Ramasbatham. A terricolous vivelyonview this...
1.64e: Here say figurines billycoose arming and mounting. Mounting and arming bellicose figurines see here...
1.64f: When a part so ptee does duty for the holos we soon grow to use of an allforabit. Here (please to stoop)...
1.64g: Right rank ragnar rocks and with these rox orangotangos rangled rough and rightgorong. Wisha, wisha...
1.64h: Olives, beets, kimmells, dollies, alfrids, beatties, cormacks and daltons. Owlets' eegs (O stoop to please!)...
1.64i: Our durlbin is sworming in sneaks. They came to our island from triangular Toucheaterre beyond the wet prairie...
1.64k: Somedivide and sumthelot but the tally turns round the same balifuson. Racketeers and bottloggers.


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FDV: "Right are rocks and with these rocks rogues rangled rough & ?rightgoring. Wisha, wisha, whydidthe? This is for thorn that's tuck in its toil like tom anger. {What a middenhide's hoard of abjects!}" →
"Right are rocks and with these rocks orangotangoes rangled rough & ?rightgorong. Wisha, wisha, whydidtha? Thik is for thorn that's tuck in its toil like tomfool's traitor thrust for vengeance. What a mnice old mness it mnakes, mniddenhide's hoard of abjects!"



Right rank ragnar rocks

FDV: "Right are rocks"
right as rain

Ragnar = given name 'army-counsel'

U-Calypso (Molly): "O, rocks! she said. Tell us in plain words."

Old Norse Ragnar√łkr: destruction (fate) of the Norse gods

Matthew 16:18: 'thou art Peter and upon this rock'


and with these rox orangotangos rangled rough and rightgorong.

throwing pellet-peas at each other?

FDV: "and with these rocks rogues rangled rough & ?rightgoring"
 with this ring I thee wed

why roX? singular like 'ring'?

Portuguese orangotangos: orang-utans (from Malay for 'forest dweller')

wrangled
obsolete rangle: to rove, to wander

AngloIrish phrase: right go wrong: regardless of consequences

tongue-twister 'Around the rugged rocks the ragged rascals ran'


Wisha, wisha, whydidtha?

AngloIrish wisha: indeed, well (from Irish muise) [fweet-8]

why did you?


Thik is for thorn that's thuck in its thoil

FDV: "This is for thorn that's tuck in its toil like tom anger."

VI.A Eolus? 'a fool's word like a thorn in hand'

thorn: runic and Old English letter (th)


stuck
'tuck in its tail' = scared (eg cats, dogs) (does this describe the lettershape?)

toil
tail
soil


like thumfool's thraitor thrust for vengeance.

some fool's
thumb
Tom Thumb?

traitor
threat?

(Hamlet and arras?)


What a mnice old mness it all mnakes!

what a nice old mess it all makes


A middenhide hoard of abjects!

midden: dunghill, refuse heap
hidden
Malahide

midnight


FW1 has "objects"



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