In reading the weekly roundup for last class/this week, I saw an exercise in which we were directed to choose other people's blackout poetry from Carlos Fuentes’ Terra Nostras. I looked through the results of our in-class activity, and I've come up with a spine for my story "The Dawn of Time."
The dark imagery throughout the selection gave a decent basis for similar content but even so, this was a challenge.
First up, I've found a sound to link to the story:
Next, you'll scroll through a few pictures that illustrate the story in my mind:
And finally, the tweets that form the backbone of the story:
#blackoutpoetry #netnarr @netnarr Considering time when time began....or perhaps the way it will end. pic.twitter.com/p5IbhhxAOm— Rissa Candiloro (@RissaCandiloro) February 15, 2017
#netnarr #blackedoutpoetry Incredible monstrous feet crawling through creation visited briefly ordinary waters. pic.twitter.com/G7dY3ZqX1G
— Anna Bella (@writeannabella) February 16, 2017
#netnarr #blackoutpoetry Flesh standing still, prepared to perform a miracle, slammed their gaze and embraced ferociously. pic.twitter.com/7JVtqkBiJm— Laura Lopez (@wanderer_920) February 16, 2017
@netnarr #blackoutpoetry First succeeded among creation. Slow becomes ordinary, and common. pic.twitter.com/Dvk8Jj9lp1— Victoria Sardinas (@Vick_Sardinas) February 16, 2017