Coining neologisms (or new words) is a great way to think about sound in your poetry, whilst also getting to be playful with language. There is a history of writers experimenting with made-up words, from the nonsense poetry of Lewis Carroll (‘Twas brillig and the slithy toves…) through Dadaist ‘Sound Poetry’ at...
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