Tristan Tzara
Moineşti / Romania
Thursday, January 1, 2004

To Make A Dadist Poem Comments

Rating: 3.4
Take a newspaper.
Take some scissors.
Choose from this paper an article the length you want to make your poem.
Cut out the article.

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Tristan Tzara
COMMENTS
Davey 13 January 2020
boing please enter 20 words of characters to dispel ignorance of illigitiamnte okie dooookDe! poetic license done dont done d j UNSATE THY SINS wooooooooooooo hoooooooooooooooo
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Moi 05 February 2021
Success and you think I dead. Ha! Six indeed love...
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Susan Williams 01 February 2018
Not this one again. I hate to be a fuddy-duddy but cut and paste just does'nt cut it for me and my vulgar herd, but I was thinking of attaching a paint brush to my horse's tail and back him up to a canvas especially on a fly-filled afternoon- -I could call it Dadist Art
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Savita Tyagi 01 February 2018
How interesting. Anything goes!
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Juana Cruz 01 February 2018
I think I will try. Sounds interesting.
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Geeta Radhakrishna Menon 01 February 2018
What a way to create a poem! Really strange and unaesthetic!
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Mary Skarpathiotaki 01 February 2018
Very nicely as it is! 10++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
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Glen Kappy 01 February 2018
it's interesting on this one reading comments from other ph people. i didn't know this writer, didn't know, as susan wms points out, that he was himself in the dada movement (rather than making fun of it) . the exercise he describes i know to be called a found poem. to assemble one can be entertaining. but what makes a poem durable? -gk
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Bharati Nayak 01 February 2018
Some people (Those who are not in poetry) think that writing modern poems is very easy.It can be written putting random words side by side.This can not be said of this poem. I do not have an idea about a Dadist poem.Perhaps the poet means how to connect the random things and find a meaning there. The word- 'Conscientiously ' implies it.- -'The poem will resemble you' - - You connect with words, you find meaning as per your inner world.
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Susan Williams 04 November 2015
I was hoping this was written in jest. Apparently not. Tristan Tzara was the leader of an avant-garde movement called dada. Dada protested the concept of art and western civilization. Also reason. Dada wasn't into syntax, grammar was just too restrictive for the expression of their talent. Unsurprisingly, the Dadaists were into cacophony, dreams, and drugs. They would have loved the psychedelic hippy movement.
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Pranab K Chakraborty 04 November 2015
Last line is more important to know the poets are called Dadaist. Perhaps!
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Edward Kofi Louis 04 November 2015
One after the other with the muse of an act!
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Seema Jayaraman 04 November 2015
A very unique perspective.. for creating perspective, shake out words cut out from an article from a bag.. to stand out from the herd. thanks.
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Ratnakar Mandlik 04 November 2015
Fantasy! Enjoyed the fantastic write. Thanks for sharing and giving a superb idea of how not to manipulate things.Ten points.
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Bakuli Bhakali 04 November 2015
enjoyed it............! ! !
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David Wood 04 November 2015
I think a childs comic would be more appropriate for some readers. Good poem.
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Rahman Henry 04 November 2015
Though I'm not agreed, yet it's a nice poem. Bust nasty joke....
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Sue Ann Simar 04 January 2009
I will have to find a more interesting newspaper than the Morgantown Dominion Post. Perhaps one of those supermarket tabloids?
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fanniesson - 06 May 2007
not excepting this (really didn’t know what I was excepting) but love it 100%
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RoJa Mitchell 19 March 2006
see! ! GENIOUS! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !
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