Chance Poetics

Select Words in a Line?

Words in a Line?

I think the most memorable exercise in art school was limitation.  Each student was given a narrow line of options.  Consider: you have only a brick and a string. What do you do?

You will see the brick and string in a wider range of interpretive ways than ever!

I’m curious if something like that can be done with words.

If you wish to explore, experiment and play along, let’s go!  Later this week I will post the coincidentally most common result.  Select one word from each section:



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