Experimenting With Storybird Part 3

Here is a collated gallery of poems I’ve written using Storybird. I’ve blogged previous examples in Part 1 and Part 2. It’s magnetic poetry on the web.

I like the simplicity of the interface and the limitations of words you can use although sometimes I will refresh the words if there is nothing there but dross.

When I feel the need to be creative and only have limited time, it’s fun to pop in and play with words for a few minutes.

Enjoy wandering through the gallery.

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