Last March I posted this parody of William Blake’s “The Tyger”; changing the Is to Ys in “Lyon” wasn’t necessary, but I did it to more closely parallel the original.
Well, some users of Anagrammy.com came across it, and it’s now the challenge of the month! If you’ve ever felt like writing a lipogram but can’t be bothered to pick out the relative frequencies of the remaining 25 letters, you might want to go ahead and scramble the first stanza of “A Lyon” as it appears here (note that this version spells “Lion” with Is both times, which should be slightly easier to anagram than the alternative).
I just feel very pleased and honored. 😀