Short Stories featuring Blackout Poetry

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yoplaityogurt
yoplaityogurt Gifted Writer Ain’t No Rest for the Wicked

Full Moon Confessions

This is real.

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First time making a blackout poem. Feedback is always appreciated 💛

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Change

This is a blackout poem from pages 158 and 159, of the novel I Am David by Anne Holm.

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Time

This is a black out poem from pages 154 and 155 of Touching Spirit Bear by Ben Mikaelsen.

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Life's Walk

This is a black out poem from pages 154 and 155 of Touching Spirit Bear by Ben Mikaelsen. We were allowed to add two words of needed, so I added God and and.

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yoplaityogurt
yoplaityogurt Gifted Writer Ain’t No Rest for the Wicked

Midnight Eyes

Fun little mess of words.

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yoplaityogurt
yoplaityogurt Gifted Writer Ain’t No Rest for the Wicked

Blackout Letters

Four letters to my younger self in the form of blackout poetry.

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rhap_sodic
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<reconstruction>

one of my favorite mediums is black out poetry. thanks to one of my many copies of to kill a mockingbird for the sacrifice. click to the end to see the original. please enjoy🖤

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<as a child>

see the original black out on insta @rhap_sodic

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kaybeeee5
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How terrible, when friends die of heart and to you. Moments are alone and I leave for my sake. Your daughter shall defend her days in the wilderness. Were it not better to say, "My daughter, though I ...

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