Miller from Dublin

His inverted L
Policeman counter
Vennel New – Vennel Old
American Ambassador’s vomit
They were side-by-side in sixteen’s
killer toxic
cement killed, cement saved
middle part tall in paper
leaving Lord
East in the South
Blackpool fishing memories
King Kong

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9 Responses to Miller from Dublin

  1. I can tell you’ve been using the ‘Cut up Technique’. Congratulations! You’ve nailed the idea of what words and phrases in the poem can invoke and spring out.

    I love this cut up poem. Say, did you use a cut up generator online? how have you been using the cut up? curious. 🙂

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