Monday, November 20, 2017

Cantor's Ternary Palindrome by Larry Lesser

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Professor Lesser said...

I like "REDIVIDER" opening a poem that involves dividing each row into thirds and removing the middle third, but I'm also exploring starting with a 9-letter word where all three rows of the resulting visual poem are words (with REDIVIDER, REDDER is a word, but not RDDR). So far, I've found BORROWING--> BORING --> BRIG and TOWELLING --> TOWING --> TWIG. Can anyone find others, especially any with mathematical terms?

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