No matter how I write or what I write, the letters may jumble but the meaning comes clear.
According to the Wikipedia, Typoglycemia "is a neologism given to a purported recent discovery about the cognitive processes behind reading written text. The word appears to be a portmanteau of "typo", as in typographical error, and "hypoglycemia". It is an urban legend/Internet meme that appears to have an element of truth to it. The legend, propagated by email and message boards, purportedly demonstrates that readers can understand the meaning of words in a sentence even when the interior letters of each word are scrambled.
As long as all the necessary letters are present, and the first and last letters remain the same, readers appear to have little trouble reading the text."
The above quote from the Wikipedia captures the essence of my writing, where all the letters are present and you get to work out the meaning. I have gathered here my various writings, photos and creative efforts, that have come into being over the years. covering;