|A found poem from Mornings Like This: Found Poems|
by Annie Dillard
April is National Poetry Month, a month to read, write, and celebrate poetry. My plan is to write found poems
I begin this month with a blackout poem. In a blackout poem, the writer uses an existing text and isolates words or phrases by blacking out the remaining text. For more examples of blackout poems, check these out from Austin Kleon.
This blackout poem comes from a newspaper article about a city-wide Stations of the Cross, a traditional Catholic meditation on the life of Jesus.
Way of the Cross
The true meaning of Easter
celebrating and believing in one thing,
sharing in their faith of