This week’s dVerse prompt was a real head-scratcher to start off with for me – the mysteries of more experimental poetry (flarfing, anyone?!) almost beat me into submission. But hey! I don’t give up that easily.
I would like to thank the guy who sat next to me on the train for leaving a copy of the free magazine ‘ShortList’ on his seat (along with the Evening Standard, an empty bottle and a crisp packet), because it provided the perfect tool with which to craft my random word assortment below.
I chose each right hand page and circled one phrase that caught my eye, no thinking involved. It’s experimental, it makes no sense and yet creative in a non-writing way! Such fun!
Please visit the other experimental types who have taken on the challenge – the Mister Linky tool on the dVerse post will take you there. Enjoy the ride!
– Awl Rites Reversed –
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The men that strut around like peacocks
GIRAFFES ON HORSEBACK SALADS (1937)
Can’t wait for the helloweekend
‘DAY OF THE DEAD’ TEQUILAS
HAIL THE UNKNOWN KING OF COMEDY
>Ford SYNC with Voice Control
WHY JUDGING THINGS IS AN IMPORTANT PART OF LIFE
To watch the social
The Sixties’ Mayfair set
Making life that little bit more interesting
TRUE BRITISH CHARACTER
Become a Graphic Designer
Combat daily face torture
On DVD & Blu-ray
The world’s toughest job interview
Now this is football
The Black Hole is Hardcore 5150
VIGILANCE NOT VIGILANTISM
The Acceptable Goatee
You need 10-20 percent more water
I’ve seen the future
Now’s Your Chance