Inbox Poems

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March SOLC–Day 30

If you can write a book spine poem, why not write a poem from e-mail subject headings?  I probably have an advantage since I have about 2,000 e-mails in my Inbox, but I only culled from the first 100. Also, I limited myself to my work e-mail. My personal e-mail would have been more fun, but I wanted to increase the challenge!

Here are two:

Whoa—did you see the forecast?
Heads up!
Conferences
Adventure Time

Taste Bud Makeover
How was it??
Overprocessed

What can you create from your Inbox?

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10 thoughts on “Inbox Poems

  1. Amy Warntz says:

    This is a fun and cleaver post. I need to play around with this. Of course, my emails are not in my inbox, rather they are in the trash, but I can go dumpster diving!

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  2. cindaroo42 says:

    THOSE are the headings for your emails? Wow! It makes your work life seems more interesting! Maybe I’d be surprised if I tried this- great idea!

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  3. Who knew? You can find poetry almost anywhere!

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  4. lindabaie says:

    So fun, Molly. I’ve written about the spam “come-on” that I receive, but never put them into a poem! I’ll try later, must leave!

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  5. mbhmaine says:

    I’d love to see that one, Linda!

    Like

  6. Embekka says:

    i love it. I tried one myself

    Hump Day calls
    Retail Therapy
    Last Chance!

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  7. These are so clever, Molly! I hope the forecast is wrong and you don’t get all the snow they’re predicting!

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