I WAS A DRINKER

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19 Comments

by | June 25, 2013 · 6:19 pm

19 responses to “I WAS A DRINKER

  1. One of the best blackout poems I’ve read. :3

    • J.R.Taylor

      Wow! Thank you so much! This is my first ever attempt at making a poem like this, too. I’m so glad you enjoyed it so much! Wow! :)

  2. Very nice blackout poem.

  3. This is fantastic! I love the structured creativity of blackout poems.

    • J.R.Taylor

      Me too! I’ve never attempted one because I try to stay away from drawing and such but…this one just popped right off the page!

  4. pi314chron

    Lotsa fun…good work…or is it play? Really appreciate your following:
    http://randalane.wordpress.com
    Entirely dedicated to my haiku, tanka. and other short verse forms. Drop in every chance you get and I’ll do the same.

    Cheers! –:) —

    -R-

  5. My first blackout poem. Great! I want to try this. And thank you for liking “Cicadan Love Call.”

  6. toad (chris jensen)

    Reblogged this on tot123itsme.

  7. toad (chris jensen)

    Thanks for dropping by tot123itsme, interesting how you presented the post.

    • J.R.Taylor

      Thank you for coming over and checking things out! :) and I love trying to do new things with poetry and how to present the form!

  8. Bee

    Well done never seen anything like that before

    • J.R.Taylor

      Thank you! I had never seen anything like this before either until I took a trip to the library and saw they were having a competition for this sort of poetry. Decided I would give it a try and this one was the first to come to me! Glad you enjoyed! :)

  9. Hope the bad phase has gone…nice poem

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