Longest Free-Verse Homophone Love Poem Published As A One-Poem Book


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Oldham, Lancashire, England / July 2, 2017

Theresa Chadenga wrote a 5,791-word free-verse homophone love poem that she published as a one-poem book.

- poem must be an original work composed by submitting artist
- must have at least two homophones in each stanza or verse (a pair not already used even though one of the words might have been used with another different word)
- as long as the word is pronounced or spelt in a certain way by some people, then it counts e.g. some say "back" while others say "beck" to the same word spelt as "back" and British spelling "tyre" versus American spelling "tire" referring to the same thing or with the same meaning
- must provide video evidence


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