You may stop holding your breath now. I made it home from my workshop with horror writers at the cabin in the woods.
Books with Bite was amazing, as was the entire Highlights Foundation experience. I’ll tell you all about it after I get some sleep and readjust to the real world, but today I want share one small snippet from my retreat.
One of the lovely things about my stay at Highlights was the word garden. On Friday, I walked around and, instead of moving any of the stones, I created a found poem through photos. This is what I came up with:
© Carie Juettner, 2017
7 thoughts on “Night Travel: A Found Poem”
What a lovely poem, Carie. And putting it in “writing” by means of photos of the stones themselves was brilliant!
Thank you! I had fun doing it. 🙂
That found poem on those beautiful rocks was breathtaking, my friend. How inspirational!
I’m glad you enjoyed it!
I love it! The found poem. Such a wonderful idea. Thank you for sharing. Please write up a post (once you’ve rested up and re-acclimated) that tells us all about your experience at the workshop! I want details, my dear. 🙂
I will! It was a delightful escape. 🙂
Ooooo, great job! I love your poem, and those rocks–jealous! That’s a super cool take on fridge magnet poetry. I’d love to play with those. Glad you had a great time!