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This week's theme: words about books.
amphigory (AM-fi-gor-ee) noun, also amphigouri
A nonsensical piece of writing, usually in verse form, typically composed as a parody.
[From French amphigouri, of obscure origin.]
-Anu Garg (garg AT wordsmith.org)
"More jeers than cheers currently greet the amphigories of Father Divine, and the followers of kindred dark-town messiahs are noisier than they are numerous." Mark Gauvreau Judge; Justice to George S. Schuyler; Policy Review (Washington, DC), Aug/Sep 2000.
The simplest questions are the most profound. Where were you born? Where is your home? Where are you going? What are you doing? Think about these once in a while and watch your answers change. -Richard Bach, writer (1936- )