Erasure

It Was No Deal

It was no Deal yet I shopped with the Dead laid down my money for it was Night, as the selfie Belles pulled out their Phones. Twelve hours before Noon, it was the Frost on my Flesh I felt the amazing mall crawl Not a hot Fire, just my aching feet, could not keep a Channel wallet cool yet I wasted like Four Figures...

He

For today's erasure prompt, below you will find my "new" poem "He", an erasure poem of Billy Collins' "Hell", from Horoscopes for the Dead, Random House, New York, 2011. He I feel much worse ~ a grin, a dom, licking me, in his bed. The kids, the queens, the singles ~ scars will cover. I am the Inferno, the tindr ~ citing lore. I swallow us, a...

Erasure

Today's Product Poet poetry prompt is an erasure poem. An erasure poem first starts with an original poem or speech and the writer simply starts to erase letters and words to create a new piece of art. Here is an example of my erasure poem of Martin Luther King, Jr.'s, "I Have A Dream." My favorite part is the PDF showing the actual erasure...

An Erasure Poem of “I Have a Dream” by Martin Luther King, Jr.

Intro: An erasure poem is one in which a poet erases letters, words and sentences to give a new meaning to a poem or speech. In the United States, on January 20, 2014, we are celebrating Martin Luther King, Jr. day in honor of the civil rights activist that forever changed the United States. The PDF attachment below shows the actual "erasure" of the...