Shawn L. Bird

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3 dimensions of art April 22, 2014

Filed under: Poetry — Shawn L. Bird @ 11:59 pm

I love the way this black out poem is formatted, so I’m reblogging so I can find it later! So nice!

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here’s a cool take on blackout poetry that blends prose, poetry, and drawing (via nprbooks).  how do you read the resulting poem?

a.) “we learn

as a child

to feel the wind

and exist in consciousness,

lost moments,

our remembering”

or

b.) “we learn

as a child

to feel the wind

and exist in consciousness

remembering our lost moments”

or

c.) something else…

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5 Responses to “3 dimensions of art”

  1. narble Says:

    Very creative. Fascinating.

  2. gasmithuk Says:

    Ooo. I like this.
    I have been experimenting with photographing written poetry.
    This is a brilliant way to make poetry more visual.
    Like a poem within a story!


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