Oh my God. Okay, I have a lot of things to catch up on. First, a belated HAPPY NEW YEAR!!! to everyone. Second, have any rules on Puzzling.SE vitally changed during the past three months? And last but not least, here is the puzzle!
I know a friend called Simeon Galavar. He loves anagrams. His motto is, "I love anagrams!" However, for someone who loves anagrams and words so much, he seems to see words and letters that are not even there! He decided to make an anagram of a poem, I forgot it. I read it and it was good, it rhymed, it was written in the same style as was the poem he anagrammed... but he asked me if I could find things in the poem that did not even exist! He asked me to find:
- An X (I deny it exists)
- The word "waste" (did he even write this down?)
- Three small references of his name (I must have missed this. Must I check back again)?
Where doom is death oh I can be All abandoned, no remains, Solo everyday for me. The sea dried up, I can't sit up; Earth destroyed its own faint plains.
Where are they?
Apologies for not being on Puzzling.SE. I have been a little busy with anagrams myself... but must I emphasise that anagrams are not related to the actual puzzle itself. That is just for the backstory.
May someone also edit this and include other tags that are relevant if there are? Thanks, and enjoy! :D
Partial answers are allowed, and I also removed the image file and replaced it with the font. The font is important. There were two references of Simeon's name as well, but as a sheer coincidence, there is another better one ;)