A free verse written by Lee Sonogan
“One piece of wisdom a writer quickly learns ~ typos keep you humble.” ― E.A. Bucchianeri
An unaware gadfly which bites at the livestock,
What do you make of its lapsus plumæ?
This indiscretion cannot be overlooked,
Re-reading more than my own indecorum.
Manuel typesetting of fat-finger syndrome,
Then some are very much ‘intentional’,
Atomic pasts deep like everything else,
Then there is a trail left of everything you had to learn.
Those mistakes make me wanna go double-positive from those negatives,
From a botched toe to not needing to be proven right wrength,
One of much complicated cybersquatting snafu.
The scribal error equivalent characters printed shall not get to the best of me.
“You can correct the typos of words, but you cannot change its meaning, and correctness, the way you use that. The words itself endorse its accuracy.” ― Ehsan Sehgal