Letting it be.

Found poetry comes in numerous shapes and sizes. The Wikipedia tells us that:
Found poetry is the rearrangement of words or phrases taken randomly from other sources (example: clipped newspaper headlines, bits of advertising copy, handwritten cards pulled from a hat) in a manner that gives the rearranged words a completely new meaning.
But there are different degrees of "rearranging". Some people take phrases from numerous sources and string them together, others rearrange single phrases in order to achieve a desired effect. I'm basically a minimalist, a purist. The only rearranging that I allow myself is in the layout of the poem - basically, converting a snippet of text into something that looks like a poem. It's not that other approaches aren't legitimate, just that they're not my style.

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