MAYDAY 1617: SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2019

“Seemingly magical is using all 280 characters; making a first half verse rhyme with the next, second half verse. Rhyme, in couplet verse. And the rhymes

may be powerful. For the power in words seems supercharged when they are dramatically timed … to rhyme”

“Seemingly magical; using all 280 characters; making a first half verse rhyme with the next second half verse. Powerful, may be a rhyme.

And it’s power is multiplied — precisely — by making its points in rhyme. Indeed, magical seem, my tweeted … rhymes.”

“Like magic, magical, seem my tweets to me. The trick — it seems — is actually using every character. Now all their poetry may rhyme.

One need not be, like me, the president. Powerful may be a rhyme, especially when its power seems, so magnified, by time.”

“Powerful may be a rhyme. Especially if its power is magnified by time. Magical that way, seem my rhymes. I join in rhyme

with Kim, Xi, Vlad and Mo: We call upon visionaries: Set a date to call upon us for a second Velvet Revolution, global … this time.”

“Tweet us. Call for a second Velvet Revolution. And limit freedom not just to the Czechs. Make it global this time. Rhymes,

powerful, may be. Especially if their power is magnified by time. I join Kim, Xi, Vlad and Mo, calling upon, visionaries, in rhyme.”

“Tweet us. Not just me. See the Twitter addresses of Vlad, Xi, Kim and Mo, below. No, not in Hades but rather in their capital cities.

Visionaries: Call, for Velvet Revolutions, immediately.”
cc: Kim’s @uriminzok; Xi’s @xijingping; Vlad’s @Pravitelstvo_RF

“Tweet us. But not just me @POTUS. Tweet Kim @uriminzok; Tweet Xi @xijingping.Tweet Mo c/o @KingSalman and Vladimir

@Pravitelstvo_RF. Visionaries: Call for Velvet Revolutions, global, immediately. For the end of this world order … verily … draws near.”

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