Today, I was on the train to Bristol, where I was attending the second level of a course on writing for well-being. I saw yesterday's newspaper on the seat, one I would n't normally read, The Daily Mail, Friday 11, 2014), and decided to give the following article a univocalist treatment with the vowel E.
'RAF hero, 83, arrested and locked up for seven hours-for taking painkillers to his wife in a care home.'
If it wasn't for the antics of a hen party, dressed in pink cowboy hats, blowing whistles to see who could take their big knickers off first, I may have got something better.. .Yeah, as if.
'A univocalic text is one written with a single vowel. It is consequently a lipogra in all the other vowels. If he had been univocally minded, Hamlet might have exclaimed,
'Be? Never be?. Perplexed quest: seek the secret!' All words used must be sourced from your newspaper.'
OVER THE PILL
He's been left there,
Best cell; Seven.
never been left.