Incandescent Volts: A Telephone Number Poem

Incandescent Volts
used Edison for
Bulb Feeder Research

I’m back for Bee Writes “Day Jobbers Essential Poetry Prompts” πŸ™‚ This week’s theme is Light bulbs, however you want to interpret the object. It can be as simple as a visual poem or as crazy elaborate as mine using: telephone number found poetry technique, Language is a Virus, Wikipedia for the text AND Canva for the image πŸ™‚

Join me and the Bee for some out-of-the-box creativity and blow us out of the water!


4 thoughts on “Incandescent Volts: A Telephone Number Poem

  1. So cool! You are so creative and I’m… well… so not!

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    1. I don’t believe that for a second πŸ˜› I’ve been collecting poetic forms and techniques since April πŸ™‚ I can share some with you if you like

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      1. It’s true! I’d love it if you can share some beginner tips. I’m a bit scared though. I suck at these things, which is why I want to try it!

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      2. I have to think about what advice I could give you beyond playing with the words, experimenting with structure and reading lots of other poems lol

        However, I can share with you the poetic exercises I am doing today πŸ™‚ Hope you enjoy them


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