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IN THE BEGINNING …

“What ten words do ye bequeath to humanity?” A daunting, haunting question;

ever since, Arthur’s been haunted; by both answer, and question.

Thus began the dreamy soirees whence revelations begat veritable epiphanies,

begetting an epic quest, to answer burning questions, poetically.

Why poetically? Easy; while poetry’s harder to compose than prose; it’s elegantly

far more emotive than one may ever aspire to be … prosaically.

Of earthly forms of written expression most like (Art imagines), heavenly hymns,

between chapter and verse ’tis verse that’s most favored by Him.

Art composes on 3 levels, using 140 character tweets to metamorphose into 980

character blog logs … to a manuscript … a poor man’s, publicity.

Twitter’s 140 character algorithm’s been, for Art, a useful revelation, surprisingly

utilitarian in marketing … education … and in composing poetry.

So, Arthur Everman’s Free School of Poetry; art, , on Twitter;

poetic epigrams … no matter the languages … of the tweeters.

140 Characters … to a Rhyme

#Twitterfiction Harder to write than prose yet poetic expression is more elegantly

emotive by far, than one may ever aspire to, prosaically.

As the form of written expression most like, in #twitterfiction, a lyrical hymn,

between chapter and verse … verse is most favored … by Him.

To wit, the superlative verse of the great poets, amongst them, in #twitterfiction,

Ovid, Emily, Robert, Maya and, the immortal … William.

Willy’s rep towers. He is among the best of the west. #Twitterfiction-ally, the best

in the east … Khalil and Rumi; three … of the best.

Inspired by Him, Willy, Rumi, Ovid, and Emily, Art knows; one could do worse, in

#twitterfiction, than aspire to a poet’s, sublime, diction.

Twitter’s one hundred and forty character formula is, in #twitterfiction,

surprisingly, educational; useful, in marketing and … education.

#Twitterfiction: If, prior to an 83rd character, prospective tweeters bring to end

then a first line, then … with a rhyme … one may … end.