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Reefer does not rhyme with deafer , Feoffer does, and zephyr , heifer. Sea , idea , guinea , area , Psalm , Maria , but malaria. Say aver , but ever , fever , Neither , leisure , skein , receiver.

The Chaos by Gerard Nolst Trenité

Pudding, puddle, putting. Yes: at golf it rhymes with shutting. Respite, spite, consent, resent. Liable , but Parliament. Differ like diverse and divers , Rivers, strivers, shivers, fivers.

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Pronunciation-think of Psyche! Don't you think so, reader, rather , Saying lather , bather , father? A number of readers have been urging republication of The Chaos , the well-known versified catalogue of English spelling irregularities. The SSS Newsletter carried an incomplete, rather rough version in the summer of pp.

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Since then a stream of further information and textual variants has come our way, culminating in with the most complete and authoritative version ever likely to emerge. The time is therefore now truly ripe for republication in the JSSS. Our stuttering progress towards the present version is of interest, as it testifies to the poem's continuing international impact. The chequered career of the first version we received was typical: it consisted of a tattered typescript found in a girls' High School in Germany in by a British soldier, from whom it passed through various hands eventually to reach Terry De'Ath, who passed it to the SSS; but it did not mention who its author was.

As he could not find out his whereabouts, the author presents his warmest thanks, should the latter happen to read this book". Alas, the poet in question had died over a quarter of a century earlier.


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From them we learnt who the author was and that numerous versions of the poem were in circulation; but many tantalizing questions remained unanswered. Three contributions in then largely filled in the gaps in the picture. The first of these contributions was due to the diligent research of Belgian SSS member Harry Cohen of Tervuren which outlined the author's life and told us a good deal about the successive editions of the poem. This edition had been based on the final version published by the author in his lifetime , and must therefore be considered particularly authoritative.

Born in , he studied classics, then law, then political science at the University of Utrecht, but without graduating his Doctorate came later, in From he was for a while a private teacher in California, where he taught the sons of the Netherlands Consul-General. From to he worked as a schoolteacher in Haarlem, and published several schoolbooks in English and French, as well as a study of the Dutch constitution.

The river was cut by the world's great flood and runs over rocks from the basement of time. On some of the rocks are timeless raindrops. Under the rocks are the words, and some of the words are theirs.

I am haunted by waters. Salinger, has begun filming. The Philosophical meaning of this poem is about the black struggle and how hard it is to be raised and growing up in America. It talks about standing up to the trends and how scary and life threatening it can be.

The narrator also does not see hope in the future and wonders if there can actually be change in the future. He compares true freedom to treasures in the sand. This freedom the narrator is talking about is the freedom needed to pursue their actual dreams instead of living a closed in, segregated unfair life.

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At the beginning of the poem the rhyme scheme is an a-b style but the rhyming stops when the narrator begins to think about the future. This shows that the thoughts of many at this time period were seriously thinking that the future could be darker than the present. One of the meanings of this poem is that America feeds many people hatred and bitterness and tests some much more than others.