Insert a common word like “seed” in a round bottom flask
Fill the bottle halfway with curiosity and imagination
You should see an instant eruption of carbon dioxide gas of words, a fizzing action, a volcano of sentences.
Or just put syllables like “Wa” or “You” or a sound like “Z” in the bottom of a clear plastic film canister and then dream with strength, quickly put the cap on and watch the acid-base reaction.
Look at the pigments of words, reddish, bluish or yellow green color.Pour a little of each syllable into separate test tubes or small glasses or jars.
Use the litmus paper to determine which syllables are acids and which are bases.
Make a bubble wand with your pencil and breathe on the lead.
The poem is an invisible bubble of pure air with Rimbaud pattern.
Blow slowly: metaphor,
synecdoche in the air of irony.
The bubbles stay afloat.
The PH indicator is blue violet said the apothecary-poet.