© Marie Marshall
Why make poetry by redacting someone else’s words when I can redact my own?
Reminds me of one of those ink blot tests psychologists administer…The whole find the hidden meaning thing…
Try doing one of those over the phone…
This is exquisite! Well done, indeed.
There may be more. Let’s see if I can flog the idea to death, eh?
Sounds a bit of alright… do it!
So much is hidden in writing 🙂 Clever to find it!
I’ll keep looking.
ah the gist of the poem is certainly in the blackened out spots… like it is so often…right?
You could say that. 🙂
I love what you’ve done here – now I’m inspired to black out some of my own work. 🙂
Looks like I started something!
These first two examples are from my earliest poetry, from 2005.
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