I just opened my new box of Magnetic Poetry–those tiny refrigerator magnets, each with one word, that you can string together on your fridge when the creative urge strikes you. This isn’t the original set; it’s a new collection of words titled the “Creativity Kit.”
First, you have to peel the words apart; they come in sheets, each with between 10 and 20 words loosely connected together. But I don’t want to separate the words that were printed together (presumably at random) on this sheet:
OF IMPOSSIBLE MACHINES
WITH UNKNOWN DEFINITIONS
IN A MILLION DIRECTIONS
WITHOUT FEAR SAUSAGE
TOO MUCH SURE REALITY
I can’t top that poem!
4 thoughts on “Magnetic Poetry Creativity”
“Sausage” brings the whole thing together.
You’re right! 🙂
Keith, I just learned you’re no longer at Wash U. Would you email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you wouldn’t mind a question about pursuing a doctoral degree in something creativity-related.
I just read this blog and shared it with several Wolf Branch school teachers. I know they’ll get a kick out of it.