“For with it, I intend to build a windmill.” Inadvertent iambic pentameter?
That sentence has eleven syllables.
It could count as iambic pentameter with a feminine rhyme.
I would say that with a windmill, Llewellyn would cut his electric bill, but I’m not sure if he uses electricity.
Our Dragons Are Different trope.
The surrealism of Ozy & Millie was what I loved about it when I was first reading it.
I can empathize with being excited about unexpectedly finding a meaning for a previously meaningless phrase. I remember when that happened to me with “You can’t see California without Marlon Brando’s eyes”, it was magic.
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