This WordPress weblog is dedicated to Found Poetry, the way in which seemingly prosaic statements from apparently poetically-challenged people can transcend the expect boundaries, and enter the realms of the artistic. Pulling some words from their context and calling them Poetry is about as logical as putting a frame around a landscape and calling it Art… and just as effective.

I hope to add regular updates, however small, as well as links to other pages on the topic. Enjoy!

Published on September 6, 2006 at 11:44 am  Comments (3)  

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  1. A new blog you might like.

    I post one “found poem” every day from the first edition of Webster’s American Dictionary (1828).


  2. hi i am wondering as to who the author of these poems are, the one who created these pieces? I’m doing a project on found poetry, and i am supposed to write a biography of a found poet.

  3. I have a found poetry blog also. NewsPrintPoetry2012 on blogspot.
    I have also written an article about found poetry. http://hub.me/agA31
    Would you like to link to my blog and i will link to yours.

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