Eric, So (sew), for ( four, fore) we (whee, wee) here (hear) at Homonyms, Homophones, and Homographs International the question boils down (goose or otherwise) to (two, too) whether (weather, wether), there (they’re, their) is at this time (thyme) a word which (witch) will (bequeath, wish, desire, etc.) make sense (cents, scents) or (ore, oe’r, oar) not (knot) or if it would (wood) even (free from variations, divisible by two, i.e. not odd) be (bee) right (wright, rite) for (four, fore) us to try (tri-) to (two, too) pare (pear, pair) the list (Liszt, tilt to one side) to just (equitable) one (won) or is this but (butt) an idle (idyl, idyll, idol) exercise to tease (tees) us into not (knot) thinking that a rose (rhos, roes, or rows) by any other name is still (a distilling apparatus, without movement, noiseless, . . .) a rose (past tense of rise)!
And so (sew) a Happy New (knew) Year to (two, too) you (u, ewe) too ( two, to) and to (two, too) one (won) and all (awl) a good night (knight)!
Ken G – December 31, 2004
Reply from Ken Greenwald (Fort Collins, CO - U.S.A.)