Search Engine Poetry

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orange worm in mandarin

bluebee militant

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people’s shadows

picture of non living things never alive

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what is hoohoooo

Richard Dawkins

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large hadron collider

subatomic beauty

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People look up some weird stuff, don’t they? (Just ask Tilly :))

So, a fun challenge for you this weekend – in the tradition of  Book Spine Poetry, create a Search Engine Poem of your own (or an artwork, Benedicte and Renee),  send me the link and we’ll have a vote on the weirdest and wackiest at the end of  the weekend.

To see all the search engine terms that found your blog in the last 30 days, go to Stats > Search Engine Terms > Summaries > 30 Days

PS –  how would one say  “orange worm” in Mandarin? The Good Greatsby, can you perhaps enlighten us? 🙂

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38 thoughts on “Search Engine Poetry

  1. I checked my list . . . and cannot compete.

    People tend to find SLTW with search terms like “how to attract positive energy” and “oracle of delphi quotes” and “transforming tears to smiles.”

    Not that I’m complaining. 😀

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      • it caught my fancy, i love words, even though my blog is mostly photos i always thought of myself as a writer …. so discovering search engine poetry was absolutely charming!

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