“Get Those Immigration Stories Out of the Paper”
13 Letter Writer, Surge, Politicians, Immigrants,Leaders!
Clean! Call! All prem Questions! You can afford this Luxury OpinIon.
Jeep Values 4×4, Hardtop, 4 Europes, envy, lifted,
immigration w/ customs, OS communities w/ rights, 40,250 mi.
$300 Citizens, 10wks, interests & police, M/F, law trnd, bth believers $300.
Immediate question for problem parts right women,
seeking long contrasts, right women witness.
This right women system is inbound abuse
and requires no tolerance.
Looking for spry, energetic citIzens
with 2+ times recent right women desire.
Prescott (Northern Arizona) $50,000
“American Dream” host country,
1/2 tolerance, borders spring-fed United States,
all traditions, systems/laws. No neighbors. $50,000.
Refer to the advertising section or the classifieds in your source newspaper. Create a poem by replacing all of the nouns in your chosen ad segment or classified listing with nouns from one article in the same newspaper. You may use multiple ads/classifieds, presented in the order of your choosing.
I was unexpectedly inspired when I went browsing through my paper today and stumbled across a letter to the editor urging the paper to “assemble all the illegal-immigrant sob stories, slams on the Border Patrol, hit pieces on Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, coverage of many protest marches, and all your open borders/amnesty editorials all in one section” so that the reader, Dearel Friend, could “toss them out with the classifieds.” I used the title from the letter. Here’s the citation for it.
But I couldn’t use that piece as my source text, because it was dated 4/10/14. As you might guess, the paper has run some big stories on immigration issues recently, leading to several responses from readers. I found another letter to the editor dated today, by Helga Braukis. It is listed as my source text. I replaced all the nouns except a few to give flavor and context: I kept “hardtop” and “mi.” in the Jeep ad, and Prescottt (No. Arizona) in the property ad. And the final “No neighbors” was just too perfect to change.