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Teeth crock, clipped less clumps sal: The Eater of Meaning can now eat poetry as well as prose, with the new "chew rhythmically" feature. It replaces each word with another word of the same number of syllables. It rips off Danny O'Brien's haiku finder, which in turn rips off of someone else's syllable counter.

Inspired by Kevan. The stress of the replaced words is often wrong, and sometimes the result just doesn't scan, but it's sufficient for the secret also-Kevan-inspired project for which I wrote it. It works especially well on cadences that have been drummed into your head for years.

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