AAAA, BBBB, CCCC, and the rest are 26 GIF-poems which cycle, word by word, from one poem to an entirely different composition. The animated quality of the poems engages the word as an increment of language. Thinking of the concrete elements of a sentence (letters) as individual pictures, the piece further explores the unitary system of writing by taking that alphabet as an organizing principle. The 26 poems correspond to each letter of the roman alphabet. Each poem is experienced temporally, as a constantly shifting constellation of letters. Meaning becomes less important, and less legible, as the ever-shifting language makes reading for content difficult. So, language as form and as visual material collaborates with poetic devises, creating a new animated lyric.