Black-out Poetry (Part 10)

I’ve been devouring books lately but not producing much, so I took a break to make some black-out poems from a book on my shelf that I’ve never read, The Mayor of Casterbridge by Thomas Hardy.

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2 thoughts on “Black-out Poetry (Part 10)

  1. Alyse,Finally read this one.  It is amazing to see an underlying story within the story which a segment of participating words reveal.  You have been able to find an interesting sub-story once again.Love you.  Have a great day!Dad

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