Found/Black Out Poetry Tuesday: Emotions and Sharp Edges

Found Poetry is the art of re-framing phrases and words from books, horoscopes, or anything with text, and shaping it into poetic form. You can find more information on Found Poetry here. For other examples to enjoy, you can go here.

Deep waters

A soul full of



Unusual emotion

Sometimes inescapable.

Whispers, lips

Pressed together quietly


The Sharp Edge…

Sometimes I think all of my poems end in smut.

About S.J. Collins

Dolphin trainer by daylight, writer by moonlight Born and raised in the Bahamas, S.J. Collins writes gray-shaded characters seeking revenge, resolution, and redemption. Because she knows sometimes you have to smolder before you can rise. If you don’t mind a little blood, sweat, and tears on the carpet, you’re welcome to come along for the ride. But keep your fingers to yourself, most of her characters bite. When not training dolphins (more like getting trained by them) to pay the bills, or writing to fill the void, SJ can be found doodling on any scrap of paper she can get her hands on, trying to harness the alchemy that is cooking (and considers any result above not burning the house down a great success), staying way up past her bed time to read, or fangirling over her obsessions (of which there are far to many too name) on tumblr. View all posts by S.J. Collins

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