Meyran Kraus

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Original text in yellow, anagram in pink.

A poem by children's author Shel Silverstein.

Upside-down trees swingin' free,
Busses float and buildings dangle:
Now and then it's nice to see
The world - from a different angle.

Letters shuffled, words diffused,
Mobile lines, few notions changed.
A winning patent's being used
In latest ode - now rearranged!

The following rendition of the original poem is a line-by-line ambigram, meaning that if you turn a line from the original upside-down it reads as the corresponding line from the anagram instead. Hover over the picture with the mouse to invert it.

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Updated: May 10, 2016


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