Update: I think I spend more time non-reading than actually reading. I can't understand how that happens!
Mini-Challenge! Blackout Poetry from Elizabeth-Michelle
"You’ve made it to Hour 5 of Dewey’s Read-A-Thon!
Your challenge is to create some blackout poetry and share it on your blog, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Goodreads, etc. (#readathonblackout)
How do you make blackout poetry?
You will need some text on paper that you are comfortable using a marker on. It can be an old book, newspaper, magazine. Anything will work. Then you’re going to use a black marker (or another dark color if you don’t have black) to mark out most of the text, leaving a poem behind.
I think it helps if you take a good look at the words beforehand. Decide which ones in the text you like best and work around them. I made a teeny tiny poem to give you an idea.
So, again, I'll do it in Portuguese, and then translate it to English :) Also, I have no marker... at all. So, I used a pencil.
Hoje e amanhã.
A história degradante,
Today and tomorrow.
The degraded story,
And now, the amazing pic.