Richard Brodie

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  1. Upon an Usurer :
  2. Requiescat For Isola :
  3. Who is Silvia?  
  4. 'Twas brillig, and the slithy toves :
  5. Bill of Rights :
  6. For unto us a child is born, unto us a son is given :
  7. The Soldier  
  8. The Gettysburg Address :
  9. Part of a poem by John Donne  
  10. Deuteronomy 15: 1,2  
  11. Preamble to the United States Constitution :
  12. Psalm 119 (a block anagram) :
  13. Psalm 119 (a section-by-section anagram) :
  14. Psalm 119 (a verse-by-verse anagram)  
  15. Job 2:3 :
  16. Two acrostic poems made into anagrams of each other  
  17. A comment concerning the Greek island upon which Rupert Brooke had recently been buried  
  18. Superiority of Saxon English  
  19. Gringotts Equity (a Harry Potter poem) :
  20. A selection of quatrains from Edward Fitzgerald's translation of the Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám  
  21. Psalm 23 :
  22. Ecclesiastes 3: 1-8  
  23. Psalm 150 :
  24. Psalm 136 :
  25. Psalm 83 :
  26. Psalm 148 :
  27. Psalm 51  
  28. Psalm 8  
  29. Tempus est quo Orientis Aura mundus renovatur  
  30. The first two verses of "Away in a Manger", made into anagrams  
  31. But with a crash like thunder fell every loosened beam  
  32. Song On May Morning :
  33. How lov'd, how honour'd once, avails thee not  
  34. To Helen, by Edgar Allan Poe :
  35. Was this the face that launch'd a thousand ships  
  36. Second Estimably Curious Outstanding New Discovery  
  37. Ecclesiastes 3:1-11  
  38. Dunciad Variorum :
  39. The Ballad of Mary Letourneau :
  40. Battle of the Books :
  41. Enobarbus describing Cleopatra sailing on the river Cydnus :
  42. A woman's answer to the misogynistic soliloquy of Posthumus in Cymbeline  
  43. From Intimations of Immortality by William Wordsworth  
  44. An excerpt from Othello, in which the names of some of the play's principal characters have been hidden :
  45. Two excerpts from The Tempest, anagrammed into a poem with an unusual constraint  
  46. The love sonnet number One Hundred Forty Five by Shakespeare :
  47. Shakespeare's 17th sonnet anagrammed five different ways ::
  48. Psalm 46 :
  49. A poem by Lord Byron ::
  50. Surah #108  
  51. Sonnet 71 :
  52. Venus Verticordia :
  53. Sonnet 108 :

See also:
· The wren that rages when I sit (1 of 5 versions) 
· Hail Mary (2 of 4 versions) :
· Tiger! Tiger! burning bright (1 of 19 versions) 
· O my love is like a red, red rose (1 of 28 versions)  
· Vocalisations by Georges Perec (1 of 3 versions) 
· 'Twas brillig, and the slithy toves (2 of 22 versions) 
· Under a spreading chestnut-tree (1 of 17 versions)  

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Updated: May 10, 2016


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