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Poems for the Writing: Prompts for Poets

Here’s a prompt I saw recently that I liked. It combines three things I love: Twitter, visual art, and poetry (not necessarily in that order):

“ART/140 a joint effort between the creative agency POSSIBLE and the Museum of Modern Art, asks web viewers to “share what you think about art.” The ART/140 website instructs users to choose one of the listed works of art and tweet what they think about it. Comments on Painterly Architectonic by Lyubov Popova range from simply “linoleum” to “Pile of Broken Glass in a Sunset on Mars.” I think you now know where I’m going with this.

Your task:

Peruse the lists of tweets for each work of art listed on the website. Remix into a poem. Share the poem in the comments here. Also, why not join the experiment? (Do so by following the ART/140 instructions and tweeting).”

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About valeriefox

Valerie Fox is a poet and teacher. She teaches in the Dept. of English and Philosophy at Drexel University. Her most recent book is Poems for the Writing: Prompts for Poets, written with Lynn Levin. The Glass Book (Texture Press, 2010).Bundles of Letters, Including A, V and Epsilon (written with Arlene Ang) is a compilation/collaboration (Texture Press, 2008). Website: www.leafscape.org/vfox

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