Susan Holbrook in the notes to Throaty Wipes helpfully points out that the lines in “What is Poetry” are anagrams of the title. The collection bears as its title one of these lines. I like the associations that arise from these letter remixes.
ear whist typo
or what I types
The genius lies not just in the generation of the anagrams but also in their disposition in a sequence. Holbrook subjects two other phrases to similar treatment: “What is Prose” and “What Poetry Isn’t”.
A number of anagram generating engines exist on the WWW:
Or you can try your hand at solving.
And so for day 1749