The Search Engine That Wrote Haiku
Vibration has a terrific full-site search engine. It's an excellent research tool and a boon to the essence student. Just input the name of the essence or the healing issue you want to find. In seconds you will be shown a list of links to all the articles in our large collection that contain that term. For instance, if you input Rescue Remedy, you see 24 articles that contain references to that essence.
We know that many of you are already using our search engine. We know because every week, the automated server that runs it sends us a list of the top 25 or so search terms that people used. We take the list very seriously. We scrutinize it the way a tea leaf reader would focus in on the leaves in the bottom of your teacup or a prehistoric shaman might have studied entrails. It contains valuable hints to the perennial question, "What do Vibration readers want?" (Of course, there is a more direct way--more people COULD fill out our reader's survey and tell us what articles they'd like to see.)
Every now and then, however, the list of search terms is a poser and makes no sense to us whatsoever. At such times, we try to combine the terms in various ways, and they confound us by coming out as poetry. (The rule is that you only use words in the list except that you can add short filler words like the, and, is, and so on.) They're not always Haiku, though there is at least one Haiku wannabe in the examples below. They would more properly be classed as Found Poetry. Granted, they are pretty abstract, but they have a nice ring to them all the same, and we personally believe they mean something. We just don't know what.
Poisonous scientific testing
Lilacs making frequent music
On Knowing African Violet:
The black child's essence
was African violet,
her fragrance, althea
her history, blackberry.
Preachers build cases and rescue;
history books' authors contest their purpose;
small art galleries preach in their own way.
But this child's purpose
is scotch broom and potatoes,
her essence is hawthorn,
her destiny unknown.
In weaning disinterested kittens,
create negative effects.
Forty mules ask reparation--
false taxes in April, 1993.
Strange, yes, but still fun. Now you try it.
Here's a sample list, the top 41
Keywords from Sunday, January 21 to Sunday January 28,
essences on line
Have fun and send us the results. We may or may not
publish them, depending on space, but we will enjoy sharing
them with you.
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