And with no doubt some hidden vowels. There are no words
without vowels or maybe there are some? If so, then with no
doubt they are not many.
But at first it must be checked if there is any consonant
hidden, too. There can be a letter which has not been written,
so it is but as if it is not. Readable but invisible (or
invisible but readable – like these hidden vowels – unlike
many letters that are visible but not readable).
It is possible that these letters are main, most important,
that's why they are visible, while less important consonants
are not visible, have been hidden due to their unimportance.
But why would they be less important? Why would n in SPRinT be less important than other
consonants? This is stupid and unreasonable, even more than
hiding vowels. Unless we have to do with a language where
consonants are in overwhelming majority – there are such
languages and they despise and disdain vowels, consider them
not worthy to be written if everybody knows where they
should be for their position is determined so clearly by the
context… And there
is no context here. Only these four letters
whirling in the blank space… Because in the case of a language where vowels are
dominant, consonants could be hidden as not worthy to be
written (then in Land of Long White Cloud its name would be
written AOEAOA – having omitted two consonants; fortunately writing was unknown
here the language seems to have consonants and vowels in
balance – more or
less – if the
consonants are dominant, then only slightly, so hiding
randomly chosen consonants would transform reading into
solving riddles and puns. Of course SPRT is a pun, but to
solve it one needs only to chose just one possibility out of a few. One doesn't need to be wise to
do this – it's enough to be SMRT.
SPiRiT Spirit in such a light? No.
SPRouT If this
is also an image of a sprout than it is the most strange
sprout in the world.
SPuRT A verb? Definitely it should be
a noun. Everywhere around are but nouns… But is there any
real difference between a verb and a noun? Thing and
phenomena not only are – they also are occurring.
SPaRTa Here? Now? No. Sparta already
was. They say history like to repeat. But they also say that
nothing happens twice.
SPoRT Of course! And this whirling arrangement.
Windmill wing pattern. Prompting a
And the shadow of a context – the nearby stadium.
So, let it be SPORT.
Is solving puns and puzzles a sport?