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Towards the Sky

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Black Out Poetry: c.b.w. 2015
Source: The Saint Intervenes by Leslie Charteris (1934)

Who knew a haiku was hiding in an old spy novel!

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Relics of Silence

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Black Out Poetry: c.b.w. 2015
Source: The Saint Intervenes by Leslie Charteris (1934)
Special Note: This poem is read from bottom to top.

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Interview: Emily Ramser Talks Alien Dolphins, Vaginas, and Her New Book

I sat down with my good friend Emily “Em” Ramser to discuss the release of her upcoming book, “I Forgot How to Write When They Diagnosed Me”, which will be released February 2015 from… 1,649 more words

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What I Learned From Doing Black Out Poetry With My Fiancé

Writing black out poetry was probably the hardest creative act I’ve ever done. To look through a book and choose a page to tear out felt like sacrilege, defamation, a literary sin. 52 more words

Black-out Poetry

Today’s (Day 14) prompt was to open a book and black out most of the words, and the ones that are left are your poem. (A Sharpie was suggested, but I don’t like writing in books and wrote the words I selected on a separate piece of paper.) I couldn’t stop with just one– or even five– and made fourteen. 16 more words

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Black Out Poetry Invisible Monsters

Writing prompt: black out poetry- write with only the words on the page of a book
Invisible monsters- Chuck Palanhuik

I was going to rearrange the words but I liked how it turned out so I left it.  68 more words

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Sparkling Pavement

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Black Out Poetry: c.b.w. 2015
Source: The Saint Intervenes by Leslie Charteris, (1934)

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