Understanding the rules of reading shapes asletters is the first step of writing. The second step is to combine the shapes. After the book Shapes as Letters, anagrams seem appropriate to show the idea: every word is made of systematically repeated same 26 letters. Once they are combined as words, these seem stable and unchangeable. However, these are actually fluid and flexible like atoms composing messages when people write.
a word or phrase made by using the letters of another word or phrase in a different order:
neat is an anagram of a net.
(from Cambridge Dictionary)
wood, thread, paper
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