What is “a body of words”?
I am a body of words.
A reflection in the shape of words.
I am not A body of words by Geoffrey Dutton (January 1, 1977).
And I’m definitely not John Barth: A Body of Words—edited by Charles Harris and Gabrielle Dean (June 22, 2016).
A body of words as: Language; Tongue; Dialect.
A large mass of words that have been collected together in one place, perhaps resembing the shape of a person.
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Who is Quenntis Ashby?
Quenntis Ashby is a leap year Aquarian from South Africa who likes to jump off the page, onto the stage, and into the airy heights of your imagination as a body of words.
He retired from a performing arts career when the SARS coronavirus epidemic ended a sold-out Cats World Tour in Shanghai, China, in 2003. 😿
His love of the stage influences his work as a creative artist, a teacher, a poet, and a writer living in central Taiwan. 🏝
Quenntis continues to sing and dance and act with words one step at a time by creating a body of words one day at a time. 🌄