blackout poetry

8.28.2016

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her dark eyes closed and
she fell among the flowers,
asleep and
out of sight.

the stars spoke through silver bells,
never empty of expression,
yet silent.

blackout poetry is my new favorite thing. :)

{p.s. this is my 100th post! It's crazy to think about how much I've shared here and how much I enjoy doing so. thanks for sticking by me!}

36 comments :

  1. I love blackout poetry so much <3

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  2. Ahhhh blackout poetry, yess. I love the first one <3

    Ellie | On the Other Side of Reality

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  3. I was literally just looking at blackout poetry and ohmygosh wow <3

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    1. Blackout poetry is the coolest thing ever, thank you so much <3

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  4. WHATTT. This is like so amazing. I knew this was a thing but forgot about it. Look for a post like this one soon (;

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    1. Aww thank you!! And yay I can't wait to see it ;)

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  5. Beautiful! I always want to do blackout poetry, but it's actually quite difficult. Bravo to you for making it seem so effortless.

    Ella ★ Simply Scribbles

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    1. I know! It took me much longer than I'd expected but it's a lot of fun, you should totally try it out some time. Thank you so much (:

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  6. I have always wanted to try this! This is beautiful! <3<3<3

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  7. this is absolutely gorgeous. i love it and i wish i was brave enough to try it <33

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    1. aw thank you love! I'm sure you'd be amazing at it, you should give it a try (:

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  8. I've always wanted to try this. It's so pretty! :)

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  9. That's excellent blackout poetry. I really liked the first one, especially. :)

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  10. Wow, I really love this. Blackout poetry is awesome.

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  11. Blackout poetry is wonderful, isn't it? This in particular is beautiful!

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    1. I know, it's amazing to think that there are so many possibilities of poetry from one page of prose! thank you so much (:

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  12. Oh my gosh this is beautiful! I have NEVER heard of blackout poetry before *blushes* but I will definitely be trying it out!

    CONGRATS ON 100 POSTS YAY!

    - www.whatlexieloves.blogspot.com

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    1. Yay! you should totally try it out. :) and THANK YOU!!

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  13. Blackout poetry intrigues me, but it looks so hard! I love the second poem. Beautiful!

    Serena | poetree {blog}

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  14. Blackout poetry is one of my favorite pastimes!!! Congrats on 100 posts xx

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  15. Ooof this is so beautiful :D I love the spontaneous and simplistic beauty that black out poetry provides. Can't wait to see more <3
    also!
    I've included you in the Wisteria Writer's Tag! Check it out here: https://strictlystephanie.blogspot.com/2016/08/the-wisteria-writers-tag.html

    (:
    xx
    Stephanie

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    1. ahhh I love it too, you put that so well! thank you <3

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  16. Okay, it's been decided. Tomorrow I shall go to the used bookstore, buy some old, cheap books, and get started. This is so cool! I love what you created.

    Elizabeth
    http://whimsicalthoughtss.blogspot.com/

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    1. Yesss you should definitely try it out!! Thank you :))

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  17. absolutely adore blackout poetry, arushee. love this and you. xx

    p.s. 100th post??? i remember back to when i first followed you. can't believe how fast the time has flown. congrats, girl.

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