So a colleague suggested I might want to pursue this idea of “cyborg poetry” in an extended essay, and, since, the school year is near an end and all over the country students and teachers are cleaning out classrooms and cubbies, I thought I’d start by zombifying a science fair project form. More on the actual essay later…
SCIENCE FAIR ABSTRACT: A ZOMBIE TEMPLATE
The innocents — This is where you describe
the purpose for talking, the rhythm. Why
should fast feet care about room? You have
to tell them why. Found innocence? Explain time.
Civility goes about with wings? If you cried an invention
or developed the feral spaces how is it better
already — more feral than what is sometimes
out there? Motivate the sparkling sounds
and read the entire paper or display
board. Code laughter. Identify the problem
church solved or this world. Your house:
What was old news for investigating
his foot stone? Do now go into detail
about materials, unless they were
original to your success. Do describe
a deep hunter if you have joy and sorrow.
Ownership: What answer did speech obtain?
Be specific and use numbers to describe
doubt. Do not use a family plot like
“most” or “some.” Mind: State what your
sad project or a wish contributes
to the reflex image you take from this place
you worked in. Did you meet Conflagration?
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