dVerse, Supernatural Reality

Found Poetry of why Catholics Honor Mary

Learning something as I go along — i.e. what is “found poetry?”

Plus an added bonus in that dVerse wants poetry regarding Privileges.

Reading here on WordPress from other knowledgeable bloggers aroused my interest.  I did what any other person does these days, search google.

Wanting to try it, I decided to go for the Bible and see what poetry I could find.  After researching “found poetry” and the rules, there were none — changing, switching words, cutting, pasting adding or subtracting anything is permitted as part of the creativeness.

However

I was at a disadvantage searching the Bible because, well you know the Bible is the Word of God; therefore having to be careful not to change the context was a must.

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Taken from the Book of Luke; Chapter 1

Title of my “found” poem

The PRIVILEGE of Mary

(verse 26)    Angel Gabriel
(29)               His word
(30)               Hast found grace
(35)               Power of the Most High
(38)               The angel departed
(42)               Blessed art thou among women
(46)               Mary said
(48)               All generations shall call me BLESSED 

 

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With the exception of seeking into the Bible for God’s Words. 

Otherwise the art of FOUND POETRY, in my opinion, the art is in the montaging of words.

  Click here to see what I mean:
http://tinyurl.com/y38dqqyk

Ah! Another Challenge, Photo Challenge

The Look of Gratitude

 The look and feel of gratitude

Thankful for the warmth of the roof over my head; just one something of others, on Thanksgiving Day, spent with my loving family.

Thankful for K’ee and Dale inspiration!

 

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Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge

When I saw the word VIBRANT associated with art, I immediately thought of a painting that I created with Alcohol Ink; here below is my vibrant image and the link to a video if anyone is interested in learning about alcohol ink.     Join the fun here!

 

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Just one of many videos to introduce the readers here: