Blackout poetry

Tried blackout poetry for the first time! Blackout poetry didn’t really make much sense to me the first time I saw it, but after reading through a bunch, I figured it’s a pretty neat way of sneaking in poetry and super clever if done right. So here’s my attempt at blackout poetry, compiled off of Murakami.

The original, from Haruki Murakami’s Kafka on the Shore:

And here’s my version of it:

Okay, bye!

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