The Planet Of Noise metaphysical verbotron interface



Click on words to add them, 'Re-resonate' for more words (keeps what you've already created), scroll down for more info.

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aesthete foot-dragging caduceus comparative disputatious unlock intervention freeze racism amercement
larva nice-looking waters marlin vincible expositor success yeah indemnification byline
spaghetti approvingly shortly repeated immortalize basilica undernourished comestibles hardheaded gamine
middleman hinged provider playgirl nasal unicameral obedience amoral embarrass esthete

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Q: What is this all about?

A: Its a simple tool for writing poetry or lyrics that may have little or no (intentional)
meaning but which somehow posess a lyrical beauty and cause the mind to throw out what I
like to call 'synthesis requests' as it tries to make sense of what it is being
presented with, initiating a creative process for the writer/editor. Generally speaking
you can use it as a tool for helping to get over writers block or an experimental tool
for creative writing.

You can enter words from the random list and the useful common words underneath
just by clicking them - you can also type manually (click in the text field first)
and the idea is to scan, click and type whatever pops into your head or what you as
'stream editor' think is right to build up your creation, explore ideas or gain
inspiration for other work. The random words can be quickly refreshed by hitting the
'Re-resonate' button without affecting what you have already written.

Typically, I work quickly, scanning the block of random words for words or combination of words,
filling in the gaps. This verse was all from clicked words except 'dreams' and 'the golden seams'
and took perhaps 20 seconds. The rapid nature of how I work is more to do with harnessing immediate
thought processes rather than getting a high throughput, though its nice to have lots of raw material
for further editing down the creative line. I think this sounds pretty and tugs the right artistic
strings:


fair myriad by moonstruck air,
foreknow all fever dreams,
momenta fiction vocalize,
repeal the golden seams.


This program is inspired by the lyrical style from the Beachboys "Pet sounds" album by Brian Wilson and Van Dyke Parks, especially the song "Surfs up": A diamond necklace played the pawn Hand in hand some drummed along, oh To a handsome man and baton A blind class aristocracy Back through the opera glass you see The pit and the pendulum drawn Columnated ruins domino Canvass the town and brush the backdrop Are you sleeping? Hung velvet overtaken me Dim chandelier awaken me To a song dissolved in the dawn The music hall a costly bow The music all is lost for now To a muted trumperter swan Columnated ruins domino Canvass the town and brush the backdrop Are you sleeping, Brother John? Dove nested towers the hour was Strike the street quicksilver moon Carriage across the fog Two-Step to lamp lights cellar tune The laughs come hard in Auld Lang Syne The glass was raised, the fired rose The fullness of the wine, the dim last toasting While at port adieu or die A choke of grief heart hardened I Beyond belief a broken man too tough to cry Surf's Up Aboard a tidal wave Come about hard and join The young and often spring you gave I heard the word Wonderful thing A children's song Child, child, child, child, child A child is the father of the man Child, child, child, child, child A child is the father of the man A children's song Have you listened as they played Their song is love And the children know the way That's why the child is the father to the man Child, child, child, child, child Child, child, child, child, child Na na na na na na na na Child, child, child, child, child That's why the child is the father to the man Child, child, child, child, child Back to Boogies metaphysical verbotron interface