Question & Answer 2 – Jennifer Edgecombe

Question 2

A door? Or adore?
No floor – floor four flour
……..presidential pastries.
……..Subliminal sublime
slime in time – slugs – all of them
all our hymns – him hum dunn.

Done! We’re done! It’s done!
Boom
……..‘from the cannon’

can carry on.

Whitman – like a dungeon drag
……..on.

– Aaron Kent

Answer 2
[High Tied]

There are one hours and fifteen minutes until low tide

I wilt mid-tide time / I’m hollowed / tide died
I dole wet edit / wet wit
delete doodle / do little / Howl
mellow dwell
wide wide wide
wet weed hell
gloom lodged / memo white
I idle
til
tide high

There are four minutes until high tide

I meet tide / I’m delighted!
I dig dig / edge edge
high tide / high light
get edit / tight teeth / ooh Howe
thigh high / eight thigh high
white memo glow

oh hold it –
……..little
…………………………..tilt

There are nine hours and thirty seven minutes until high tide returns

EMIT WILD WOE / DOOMED ODE / DEMOTED

DOGLEGGED / TOEHOLD / OMIT OMIT! / …

I’m tied
to
lowtidehightide

– Jennifer Edgecombe

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Question & Answer 1 – Jennifer Edgecombe

Question 1

I write pikkutrapp / trapped
irate / rate / raise a barn/
owl / öwllwö / covered
in paint / pain / glass
shattered / as mattered /
dark matter / does it
matter / question mark
/ at all / atoll
/ a toll to pay / bridge /
no e / bride / I will wear
gold / bow tie / pocket
square / hip / hipster
slow drip / robusta
blend / robust /
espresso / sunday mornings
/ coffee shops / work
to pay / for a road /
in France / my daughter /
soon / a road in France /
and to kill / a mocking /
bird

– Aaron Kent

Answer 1

[Dear Öwllwö,

Pikkutrapp trapped,

…………….retold.]

O wow, Öwllwö!
Patter due! Pure reap reap.
A toll perk, toll
loot!

I applaud proud trowel.

……..A pipped apple.

……..Little tulip.

……..Owlet.

*

Paper due. A trapp trap. Duet.
U are latte rapper, idea aerator. I
wallow, purport writ!

Outlook auto,
……..workup ritual,
…………….tweak order.
A taut utopia.

A poor warp tatter word prattle lip rattle PULP!

O, owl woe.
Our toil a trial a trade, Öwllwö.

A door to a loopier road.

– Jennifer Edgecombe