"To test this theory, I often write what I call “ouiji poetry.” I begin by closing my eyes, then randomly letting my fingers dance over the keyboard as fast as I can with no thought as to what is coming out. I try to hit the space bar once in a while and the “enter” key too, just for variety."
"Now I have lines of meaningless letters and numbers on the page. I look for suggestions of words in the chaos and give myself complete permission to translate the garbled lines into words. It’s still a mess, but I am slowly beginning to create order out of chaos. I revise again, and again. A bit of sense emerges along with many surprises."
There are many amazing "Ouiji Poetry" that came from this exercise, visit her link to read them. Here is my answer to that prompt:
After many wadded up pieces of paper, I decided I wouldn’t quit until I completed this, especially with GA4 just around the corner. 1) is the random 2) is the 1st draft 3) is the final
Of course being a guy, you can guess which way my mind went.
1) Lskryeuskx,cx cbdgdftgrywjhqwksmnsdbdfvgdt3y2qjqkq nmsbndverg4yhwjqksndsbvdgfregt34ywhqkjqnmsbndvergf4gtvebhwqjwkqbnmdvbwqgywuw3qkamsd nbeghwmq kashjckj, M ANVBSBHWJQ K1I2U3WHSWABNMla,ejdh
2)Lightning in the sky, illuminating us,
Sex beyond the foggy morning
Hawks swimming, small diameters
Bvds forgotten, 3 to 2 gigabytes
No more brown veggies 4 you
How quick and subvert dogs are free
34 year whole quick shower
Band very forgiven quickly.
Brown double buggy
With you til 3 am Sound now beginning Kash or check
My anniversary of BSing writing
K1 2u wheres the wabbit laugh
3) Lightning in the sky, illuminating us
Sex beyond the foggy morn
Hearts swimming, signs of dissolution
Bodies forgotten, two into one
No one bidding eternity for you
How quick, subvert and discreet
Forbidden, wild, and quite sweet
Bastion of forbidden quaver
Bound dauntless before blithe
With you still thriving amidst
Source of bridled passion