Friday, April 5, 2013

npm: 5

Today's poem is another writing exercise by Rachel McKibbens. This one ends up being a pantoum which is awesome(because, to be honest, I've never written one before).
The exercise is here:
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4/05

green and seething, hauled venom
only contact a crack in the window, better to never get caught
cigarettes on the roof--when the bad feels so good
may all the worst happen to you

only contact a crack in the window, better to never get caught
woods of teeth in the sun
may all the worst happen to you
alone on a freeway digging dirt

woods of teeth in the sun
cigarettes on the roof--when the bad feels so good
alone on a freeway digging dirt
green and seething, hauled venom

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