Erasure poem on Poems From Page 143

I generally do not do well with erasure poems. But I had the chance to try a couple of page 143 poems, and I sort of liked one of them.

Done using page 143 of Jean Paul-Sartre’s Nausea, it is now up for viewing on the Poems From Page 143 site:

(1 May 2019)

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NaPoWriMo 2015, Day 21: Erasure poem (a poem)

Today’s prompt is to create an erasure poem, in which you take existing text and erase words to make a poem from what you leave untouched. I used page 35 of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein.

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