*posted for writing 201
poetic prompt-face, poetic form-found poetry, poetic device-chiasmus

Okay, this is only in the format of found poetry…even this took a long time! Can’t wait to see what everyone else came up with!


Posted on October 12, 2015, in Poetry, Writing 201 and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 13 Comments.

  1. I really enjoyed reading this — it made total sense to me! Nicely done. (Who cares if you two out of three! You got the “face” and the “found poetry” — and the feeling of being rushed was perfectly rendered!)

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  2. I really love the arrangement of the words! There are a few different ways they can be read, with some different paces and pauses. I enjoyed reading it again and again.


  3. Short but not short with sense! 😀 Nice one!


  4. Meowee…we think this is pawsome, pawsome is this think we!…oh oh, I hope we didn’t just use up our only chiasmus!

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