Black-out Poetry (Part 12)

In January, I read the great (and intimidating) War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy and now understand why it’s considered such a classic. The language and themes were so rich that I thought I’d make some blackout poems out of it, because what says respect like completely changing a text’s meaning?

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