Blame Richard Garcia for this exercise. It was his idea.
Write a poem consisting entirely of footnotes for an imaginary poem.
Why not title it "Footnotes from: (imaginary title)?"
Make sure to be specificly vague about the footnotes and what they're referring to in the poem that doesn't exist.
- 1/30: The Trial of the Century
- 2/30: Attack the Block!
- 3/30: Everything is Better (with Guns)
- 4/30: Maps
- 5/30: Epi(t)graph(any)?
- 6/30: Trivial Pursuit
- 7/30: Consult Yourself
- 8/30: Otherness
- 9/30: It's a Trap!
- 10/30: Stories
- 11/30: Appropriation Much?
- 12/30: Notations
- 13/30: This Poem Didn't Exist (Until Now)
- 14/30: A Nature Walk
- 15/30: Choose Your Own Poem
- 16/30: Unlike Cats, You Get Three
- 17/30: Membership Required
- 18/30: Na na na na, hey heeeyy, goodbye
- 19/30: Alter Egos
- 20/30: Lost in Translation
- 21/30: In a World...
- 22/30: In Defense of the Annoying
- 23/30: Scabs
- 24/30: Oh, the Horror!
- 25/30: Piiiigsss in Spaaaaaacccce!!!!!
- 26/30: Commit a Crime
- 27/30: New from Ronco...!
- 28/30: ...like it's 1999!
- 29/30: About You