Extra Summer Memory
Airports & car parks, new faces,
are these the features of insurance from talk?
The top dilemma, charge verbal dodgers: Rock’n’Roll is
involved & expand s together with Good-time vegetables
[are mushrooms a vegetable?]
to create easy Summer time gravity her own way @ home,
ever! free of the memory of un sound experience,
silk travelers that risk advantages to reach their goal?
Switch... Help the paper-white nuts, re covered,
imagine and save the puzzle of the extra parfaits.
The only magazine I had at home that I could bring myself to cut up was an AARP magazine. I made a few changes to the process:
I used the first noun of the first three articles in the table of contents as my title in the order printed. They are also three of my words.
Then, I chose one boldfaced word on each right side page to the end of the magazine. (As you see, some of the words are phrases just because I wanted them that way.) That gave me 40 words. These I randomly divided into groups. And of course, the little bits of magazine words made me think of an old-fashioned ransom note.
This is for FormForAll: Dada poems with scissors
rock n roll is involved expand & together...ha...i like that...charge verbal dodgers...lol....we all might get charged for this exercise...smiles....help the paper white nuts...ha....i like that you included your process as well...ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing your process- I love hearing what people come up with. It's very creative. Great writing here, I like the image of the pasted words, you're right, very like a ransom-note.. I liked silk travelers that risk advantages to reach their goal? and liked how it was a question too. Great job! -MikeReplyDelete
haha...very cool...love the topic and also how you cut and put the words together...you can hang that on a wall..very coolReplyDelete
I love your composition and silk passengers.ReplyDelete
Some fascinating phrases here. Much food for thought. Great response to a difficult post.ReplyDelete
You've gone to a lot of trouble. I love your account of it, and love your picture. And the poem's terrific. Oh my goodness yes, we must indeed imagine and save the puzzle of the extra parfaits !ReplyDelete
Love this - love the idea of Good-time vegetables!ReplyDelete
I love the irony of your source, your method, and oh, those Good-time vegetables! Rock on!ReplyDelete