Monday, January 21, 2008

499

Where do titles come from?

I'll tell you.

I don't know.

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Seriously, I need help here. Strong poem, absolutely no title. I'd really like to include it in my manuscript for Denver, but I refuse to not have a title and no one word or phrase really stands out as title material. Can't I just be Dickinson and use numbers?

5 comments:

Mr. Fob said...

You can use numbers but you can't be Dickinson. She's dead.

Alternatively, you could call your poem "The Discontinuity of Atlanta's Thrawling." I think that's the perfect title for your poem.

The Big O said...

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I usually use "xq42" when I'm stuck for a title. Has a nice ring to it.

Anna B said...

whereas i feel like the deadness of dickinson makes it possible for you to be her. i mean, b is virgina woolf. so hey, go for it!

Mr. said...

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Oh, hey. That wasn't the Big O. That was me.

Of course, I'm in disguise now, but still....just felt a need to clarify.

mlh said...

Am I the only one curious to actually read this poem?

 

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