The rhyparographer, inaniloquent and oft faineant
Solitary unless presented with a chance to deturpate
Orgulous in his defamation of all things pure
Abnormous hodmandods lining a darkened road
Pulveratricious canvases with thwarterous figures
Blandiose pieces of ithyphallic undernourished children
A Quaintrelle, arms outstretched lying in a cesspool
Moirologists filling the pews of a livestock wedding
Perversions of nature, icterical as from a bygone age
He feeds from the murgeons and mussitations
Takes pleasure at the infelicific environment he creates
His foudroyant fleer a constant companion
Epithymy for praise his nihilarian concoctions
His passiuncle a lushberg in a sack of gold.
This piece is a an example of Godwottery – use of archaic language. It started out as something quite different but morphed into something quite dark and medieval. Here are the definitions of the words you may not quickly recognize since they are obsolete for the most part.
Godwottery – Use of archaic language
Rhyparographer – An artist whose subject matter is sorrowful or contains unpleasant topics
Inaniloquent – Full of idle talk
Faineant – A person who is a do-nothing, loafer, idle
Deturpate – To make something ugly or to defile something.
Orgulous – Proud or haughty.
Pulveratricious – Means dust-colored.
Thwarterous – Adjective meaning twisted or gnarled.
Abnormous – Misshapen
Blandiose – Adjective describing something that wants to be grand (or has pretentious grandeur) but is only bland.
Hodmandod – A strange person; a scarecrow
Icterical- Tinged with yellow
Ithyphallic – Indecent or obscene
Lushburg – A counterfeit coin.
Quaintrelle – A well-dressed woman
Moirologist – Someone who has been hired to mourn at a funeral.
Murgeon – Grimaces
Mussitation – To mutter or murmur
Infelicific – To make unhappy
Foudroyant – Adjective meaning thundering noisy.
Fleer – To laugh in a disrespectful or jeering manner
Epithymy – Desire, Lust. Not to be confused with epiphany
Nihilarian – A person who deals with things of no importance
Passiuncle – A petty or contemptible passion.