swankyspoon wrote:But the three examples I found that you pointed out, have what seem to be imitations of characters. This one seems less clear cut. Though it is in the style of Dr. Seuss, it has no characters in it. This seems significant to me.
Sure. He's gonna try and see what happens. If it's not rejected, then good for him. But if it is rejected, then there really isn't any reason to cry foul though.
Instead of constantly trying to skirt rules, it might be better to simply come up with something more original and with your own style instead of borrowing a style.