BLOG 263: NEWSPAPER POETRY #5

It’s been a while since we did one of these blogs, and it’s a shame because I love doing them.

If you’re unfamiliar with the whole Newspaper Poetry segment of the blog, basically I cut some words out of a magazine/tabloid to make some poetry. It’s kind of fun and it’s sparks some ideas for actual poems.

Enough with the introduction, here are some of the latest pieces I came up with. Hope you like them.


artists-date BLOG 263: NEWSPAPER POETRY #5

Artist’s Date

Your poetry is written in stone.
Open your eyes,
for the lights.


Drawing-Back-the-Sheets BLOG 263: NEWSPAPER POETRY #5

Drawing Back the Sheets

Love is drawing back the sheets
to meet the magic
in this wonderful world.


its-a-funny-old-world BLOG 263: NEWSPAPER POETRY #5

It’s a Funny Old World

The end point…
is in your eyes.
Love me in this world.
Forget your head stone.


love-in-the-spotlight BLOG 263: NEWSPAPER POETRY #5

Love in the Spotlight

Open your love letters…
For this abandoned poetry,
is smiling for me.


the-mystery-in-this-world BLOG 263: NEWSPAPER POETRY #5

The Mystery in This World

Don’t give up your life
for three little words.
Love is this great
abandoned end point.


Three-little-words BLOG 263: NEWSPAPER POETRY #5

Three Little Words

I wish I’d known,
the three little words
written in your eyes.


Guys, I hope you enjoyed Newspaper Poetry #5. Remember to give it a go yourself and post some pictures in the comments below or send them via social media. I’d love to see what you come up with.
See you again at the same time tomorrow for something similar – another one of your favourites – BLACK OUT POETRY. See you at 9pm. All the love.

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