The title has been provided by this blog’s visitors, I guess licensed as Creative Commons.
It has been a month since I have posted the last search term poem – here we go again! The following post of a new fellow search term archaeologist and Alex Brown’s monthly analysis of search terms have reminded of that important deadline.
This time I don’t break my own rules – despite of having quoted two intriguing search terms here. But since this was not poetry I am still compliant with the Rules of the Cult of Search Term Poetry.
All search terms are from WordPress Stats or Google Webmaster Tools from the last 30 days, and I demand that search terms in a ‘paragraph’ need to be sorted in length. I only break that rule once.
write weird things for search terms
crowdsourcing next level
work hard play hard
post modern art
text editor blank sheet paper
gay steampunk costumes
a theory about nostalgia
theory of poetry satire
to flush the toilet
how do an gyroscope work? magic?
spinning top with helium balloon
gyroscope not falling over
patent perpetuum mobile
controlling the elements
cliche physics problems
gyroscopes are magic
42 divided by 3
how to combine theory with practice in physics
microwave oven radiation wavelength holes
40 below summer fire at zero gravity
can mice get into microwave oven
dead mice in the microwave
microwave oven theory
physics isn’t intuitive
Actually, it was harder than last month to create the poem as the themes & memes have started repeating themselves. Probably I will change to a quarterly feature in order to collect more unusual search terms.
As a technical aside, I have promoted the tags Search Term Poetry and Spam Poetry to categories while demoting Trivia to a tag. WordPress.com does a great job in still keeping the previous URLs for the former tags and categories.
I am still looking for more search term poets. As regular readers know I once declared myself the founder of a movement, but found out shortly after that I am only standing on the shoulders of other spam poets without recognizing it.
History of ego inflation has repeated itself – here is some interesting
… historical Search Term Poetry
Contemporary fellow search term poets are featured in this blog post of mine.