Cosmos deconstructed

I had such difficulty writing anything for the Cosmos March 18 prompt that when I saw Big Tent’s new Poetry Toys site, I couldn’t resist plugging my cosmos rubbish into Robopoems.  Here is the result:


Cosmos wikipaedia tells out
Is a antineutrons redoubt
As a universe or checker
A greek word meaning lear asker
Maybe ornament’ the oxford book pang
Plants thinks it is case overhang
Annual plant from a greek school
Beautiful but sarcasm retool
It’s a perennial boaster
Pick’ when they make beau detester

I am flabber hyphen gasted.


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6 Responses to Cosmos deconstructed

  1. Tumblewords says:

    I tried robo, too, and you may not believe this but the one it spat for me made far less sense than yours. I burned it. 🙂


  2. Mike Patrick says:

    An expression of your humor? Thank you. I feared this prompt was only stumping me.


  3. earlybird says:



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