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

Today’s NaPoWriMo.net 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.   In case anyone has problems seeing the image, here is the text (minus the spacing): Already open and infinite Beautiful—yellow lustrous [...]

Hopscotch (a poem)

When in doubt, an acrostic is worth a shot… How to wrap your mind around the inconceivable: Open your mind as wide as possible Place the inconceivable inside Savor the mystery of its inconceivableness Consider what life would be like without mystery Open your mind just a little bit wider to make sure you get [...]