6 thoughts on “Blackout poems with slowness

  1. This is a really great way to do a blackout poem without covering the whole paper in black ink. And you get to practice retyping others’ work. Win-win!

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  2. I’ve never thought to do that, but perhaps I should try it. Because I’m lazy, my usual way is to simply photocopy (or scan into the ‘puter) the desired page and have at it from there. But I imagine the act of typing all the words out might in itself provide a fresh view of them and help the creative process.

    I too hope the fog lifts soon. Well wishes from a stranger *

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