Haiku Bones: Radiant


 

Although I’ve been on the alert for found poems for several years, I am indebted to The Odd Inkwell for the idea of actually slicing and dicing text, then arranging it into poetic form. Because I prefer not to cut up books, I use whatever sources are available. These words came from an old issue of National Geographic.
 
For more Haiku Bones with the theme “Radiant,” click here.

Posted on June 12, 2010, in cut-and-pasted poems, found poems, Haiku Bones, my haiku. Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.

  1. refrigerator ransom rune reifies radiance!

  2. Lovely composition and interesting idea. I study your posts to try to learn to say more in fewer words — a talent I don’t have obviously! I’m learning from you though. Thanks for sharing.

    • magicalmysticalteacher

      How kind of you to say that, Sallie–truly!

      I can be verbose, redundant, circumlocutory, repetitive, tautologous, tedious, prolix and bombastic with the best of them. I’m learning to say more with less too! 🙂

  3. Beautiful and uplifting!

  4. better now… isn’t it amazing how the light affects us all…

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