Red, yellow, and green fruit. Bacon, tomato, and ass.
Bringing people together to share their daily rituals.
Good old foot stomping rituals sending children downhill
Tellin’em I got blues to burn through my fingers.
Tellin’em I got blues dripping stump water from my still.
Tellin’em to come with their cups to get some good hay
For that red, yellow, and green BL—TnA.
FLARF is a wild style of poetry that started as a joke. People noticed that no matter how bad your poems were Poetry.com would tell you that you had won their poetry prize. Then, they would try to scam you out of your money. So devious poets started sending the crappiest poetry they could write to Poetry.com. Even that would win the poetry prize. These poets began sending each other their crappy poems, and eventually it became a legitimate poetry style. If you want to read more about the FLARF or any of the other poetry terms, check out the glossary of poetic terms from the Poetry Foundation at: https://www.poetryfoundation.org/learn/glossary-terms
Google painting is a type of collaging that primarily uses internet search results and Google’s search prediction capabilities to generate quasi-random phrases. The technique helps jumpstart creativity with strange juxtapositions, broken syntax, and internet speak.