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The paradoxism is an avant-garde literary and creative stream organize in Nineteen Eighties via Florentin Smarandache. It involves abundance of antinomies, contradictions, antitheses, paradoxes.

In Nineteen Nineties he promoted new literary phrases, such as:

1) The Paradoxist Distich, that is a two-line poem such that the second one line
contradicts the 1st one, yet either strains shape a unitary that means defining the title.

Examples: PERPETUUM cellular // In a solid / Instability.

ENEMY // allows you to pass / Wrong.

2) The Tautological Distich, that's an it seems that redundant
two-line poem, however the 'redundant' traces jointly provide a deeper desiring to the total poem
defining (or making reference to) the title.

Examples: AMBITION // while i would like whatever / i actually want!

PERFECTION // greater / Than higher.

3) The Dualistic Distich, that's a two-line poem such that the second one line is the dualistic of the
first, yet jointly they outline (or make reference to) the title.

Examples: production // To dwell for demise / And die for residing

MULTIDISCIPLINARITY // historical past of paintings / Or the paintings of history

In this anthology, approximately forty poets from 15 nations are current with paradoxist/tautologic/dualistic distichs.

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