Poetry (English)

BG 46 – Blackout Poem

Blackout Poem

She was
a typical
beauty
fabulous
her lips were
generous
But…
said to him
About that night, about us
let’s not talk about it
It’s over
He thought
I can’t hear a thing


A Blackout Poem is made from an existing piece of text (in this case a page from an old, already damaged, book), by picking words for the poem and blacking out all other words with a marker.
The poem has no relation with the original text.
The poet is limited by the words she happens to find in the text.

BG 29 – Mona

Daddy daddy daddy
daddy daddy!
Yes, sweetheart?
I’m going to fly daddy daddy.
Good.

She takes off and jumps high
with a big turn, look at her fly

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