THE CLEAR CD CALMLY ORGANIZES THE COMPUTER.
DEATH IS A LIVELY PRINTER.
WHERE IS THE WARM SHOE?
WHERE IS THE ROUGH PRINTER?
THE MUSIC FALLS LIKE A CLEAR SHOE.
BIG, STORMY CDS CALMLY MANAGE A CLEAR, LIVELY IPOD.
NEVER OBSERVE A PRINTER.
DRIVERS TALK LIKE GRIMY GUITARS.
COMPUTERS TALK LIKE SMALL IPODS.
WHERE IS THE GRIMY CIGARETTE?
GROW QUICKLY LIKE A RAINY GIRL.
DUSTY, SMALL LIGHTS CALMLY GRAB A BIG, FACELESS BOOK.
THE HOT GIRL LOUDLY GETS THE WORKER.
WHERE IS THE FACELESS GIRL?
WHERE IS THE FAST WORKER?
THE KEYBOARD GOSSIPS LIKE A FACELESS PRINTER.
WHY DOES THE LAPTOP WORK?
WHERE IS THE MISTY STREET?
WHY DOES THE DRIVER WALK?
DEATH, LIFE, AND WORK.
EXHAUSTION, EXHAUSTION, AND DISBELIEF.
THE DUSTY JOB CALMLY BUYS THE CORNER.
NEVER GRAB A LIGHT.
THE GIRL SHOPS LIKE A DEAD STREET.
THE DUSTY COMPUTER QUICKLY BUYS THE GIRL.
NOISY, OLD GIRLS QUICKLY SELL A BIG, DARK GIRL.
FLOWERS WORK LIKE FACELESS WINDOWS.
NEVER GET A WINDOW.
Now make your own poem at thinkzone’s poem generator. Advice: in order for the poems to get under the skin of our modern readers, as these poems undoubtedly do, you’ll need to add words from your actual surroundings into the word lists, to see them hurled back at you with new, disconcerting meanings, challenging your complacent view of your reality! For instance, I added ‘computer’, ‘CD’, ‘ipod’, ‘printer’, ‘keyboard’, ‘laptop’, ‘book’, ‘guitar’, ‘music’, ‘shoe’, ‘manage’, ‘observe’ and ‘disbelief’ to the word lists. Now I change some words and I get a different feel:
THE RAINY DEALER QUICKLY GETS THE CITY.
WHERE IS THE OLD CAR?
Right, I’m off to add in as many sexually explicit words as possible, so that I can have my erotic poetry end with lines like ‘the girl works like a dark truck’ and so I can find out what parts of the human body ‘sell dead, dead rains’.
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