This Friday marks the first installation of found poems by The Continuist.
Just a small little “pass-the-time” kind of creation, found poetry does wonders to morph prose into a completely new form. Style, message, and presentation is in the makers hands, with virtually free reign and a felt tipped marker, literature can be yours to conquer and deface.
Particularly proud of one of your found poems? Feel free to send it our way (citing where the original work came from) and we’ll add you to our Friday collective.
Below you can find the piece “Introduction” which was found among the first words of Pride and Prejudice, penned by staff writer Daisy Barker.