Walden Erasures, Page 11

These are starting to get weird now. The first thing I noticed on this page was the use of first-person, and I knew I wanted to play on that. I’ve been wanting to focus on the verbs too, because when they’re strong enough, they can carry an entire story.

Here, I tried to highlight both, and I think it worked out. I don’t know if there’s a story to this, because it’s definitely the most poetic erasure I’ve done so far. You be the judge.

Walden Erasures, Page 11

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2 Comments Add yours

  1. That was so interesting. What a creative adventure. 🙂

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    1. Thank you! Looking forward to seeing where it takes me!

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