Blackout by wingsnboots: The village shipwrecks anger ignited by a convent education.And now God is working in a brothel, the bastarddear God! - to die there …ruinedbelovedbrazenand unashamedly ashadow
Sylvia Plath blackout poetry by Austin Kleon. "Taking published works in the form of newspaper articles, novels, and even horoscopes, this style of "blackout poetry" reveals only carefully selected words to create a new, shorter composition of expression. Often, the poems produced offer a sense of hope and inspiration. At times, they can be depressing but thought-provoking."