oulipost #29: both campuses

both campuses

FAIRBANKS– The pie that is the richest
likely had thousands of
the total number of Fair
banks (estimated to be about 30,000)

To enter into a computer database on Monday morning
is compared to
interpretation and subsistence 
“Beneath the terrestrial opportunity.”

(two unassuming locations,
two campuses)

There is no single descriptor.

(do the hard work
at both campuses)

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Source Material:

Mowry, Tim. “At least 24 winners so far in Nenana Ice Classic.” Fairbanks Daily News-Miner 29 April 2014. Web. 29 April 2014.

Staff report. “Denali’s Hooge is new Glacier Bay Boss.” Fairbanks Daily News-Miner 29 April 2014. Web. 29 April 2014.

Staff Report. “School in the spotlight: Star of the North provides unconventional environment.” Fairbanks Daily News-Miner 29 April 2014. Web. 29 April 2014.

Prompt:
The Canada Dry. Basically, the point is that Canada Dry, being ginger ale, does have bubbles but is not champagne. So this prompt was to create a poem which appears to have been Oulipo-ed by some specific process, but actually hasn’t. So… does it seem Oulipo-ed? 🙂 In fact, I just used an erasure process on two articles to create this poem. Below are the photos of the erasure.

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