(wtf is this?)
dealt a bad hand? start over with 0, 1, 10, 30, 50, 100, 200, 300, 400, or 500 random words.
this app is in eternal beta - if you create a masterpiece, you'd better take a screenshot for posterity, because it may not be around tomorrow...
hints: click and drag words to move them; right-click to delete a word.
NEW!: double-click a word to edit it! press enter to commit to the change.
no
grass
there
I
in
twenty
back
is
goodness
about
good
sector
black
and
I
for
was
be
so
tree
to
also
have
what
like
to
to
five
got
position
then
come
secretary
it
well
not
her
of
tape
forty
'll
is
embarrassed
give
and
party
out
it
it
was
a
there
that
quiet
there
chart
's
at
need
of
where
I
of
yes
yeah
for
necessary
I
night
of
ing
and
woke
homework
more
her
time
feels
in
in
if
interest
be
up
he
increasing
a
saw
fall
let
effect
dark
to
address
did
be
will
expect
problem
can
add a new wordalt+w to select
  
save your poem
  

saved poems:

wtf is this?

well, it's basically a glorified magnetic poetry kit. it was conceived to double as a lyric-writing tool and a fancy web toy. no plugins are necessary to use this, but you'll likely need a modern browser (i recommend Firefox but IE6 also works). There's likely to be a few problems for Opera users, unfortunately, but you can't please everyone.

how do you use it? well, there's not a lot to it... just click and drag the words around, adding new ones as you see fit. When you're satisfied with your creation, enter a title and click the save button.

poematic was dreamed up by blue t-shirt - if you find it entertaining, ridiculous, useful, or some combination of those, go sign his strangely-similar guestbook, then visit his home page to download some tunes.

poematic wouldn't exist without X, a cross-browser DHTML javascript library. This site uses a slightly modified version of X, and according to the license under which X is released, I'm obligated to give you this information and to let you know that you can see my modifications to X by viewing the source of x_customdrag.js, although i can't foresee why anyone should be interested in my javascript hack.

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