eraser” flickr photo by Cookieater2009 shared under a Creative Commons (BY) license

Take any printed page—from your favorite magazine or book, today’s newspaper, an instruction manual, junk mail—and create an erasure poem. For a discussion of erasure poems and plenty of examples, read Small Press Points .

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