According to Wirginia Voolf,
the transposition of v’s and w’s
in poetry is ewer to be awoided.
It veakens the rewiwal of interest in forms
such as the willanelle and the clerihev,
renders the wocal deliwery of wovels
non-wiable and makes vholehearted dewotees
of Villiam Vordsvorth vhimper and womit.
In a vord, there is nothing vorse in werse.