Here’s to Cacophony

Are they trying to make it sound (no pun intended) like cacophony is a bad thing?

“In literature, cacophony is used to refer to words that have a harsh, jarring sound. Instead of the text being rhythmic or pleasant, the text is unmelodious…. or poems written in a disjointed way.”

Here’s an example of cacophony: “To be, or not to be- that is the question” (Written by Shakespeare and he turned out pretty good)

So, I guess “cacophony’s” not so bad.

I’ll take a sip of c-coffee to that. Cheers!

My Art 107

(painting by me)

 

daily word prompt: Cacophony

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Carolyn Dennis-Willingham

Carolyn is the author of two published books – No Hill for a Stepper, 2001, and The Last Bordello, 2016. Her third novel, The Moonshine Thicket, is set in 1928 and is currently enduring a professional edit. When not on her laptop, she serves as a lap top for her grandchildren. She is also a fitness boxer, artist, and throws a tennis ball for her ever-persistent mini Aussie. In addition to her blogging website, carolyndenniswillingham.com, you may find her on Facebook and Twitter.

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