Friday, July 11, 2014

Refrigerator Poetry

These are refrigerator magnets with words on them.  The idea is to put them in random order on the outside of your refrigerator door.  The words are then used as a pool from which you create poems.  As you use them up the poems become harder to make.  Some of the latter ones might even be bizarre. Here is a short example.

White rain,
water chain,
to spring,
then lake,
lazy moon to take
from sky to mist.             

Here are a couple more:  Try it using the words visible in the lead picture.

You think
I dream
Ask not why

Ugly black storm
Through flood
Frantic heave and boil
Ship gone
Beneath purple blood.

Dennis Price


  1. My niece has a set and I have read some really wild poetry. Not my gift, but thank you for the suggestion!

  2. Glad you've tried it. Thanks again for stopping by.


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