Target: Ark (Part VIII) “I Lope”

I pull out two powerful letters, the “E” and the “R”. Using those two letters:

RE
RE
RE
RE
RE
RE
RE

and

ER
ER
ER
ER
ER

We spend our time
using words as lenses
to examine our existing.

We can go one better:
one better than one
better than one better than.

It’s pushing
a few days
in order?

Action
or even more
action?

Like yogurt?
Like driving loads?
Like flour?
Just how many more?

First, make the niches
the game and stay
one step ahead of
the target.

It’s important to
continuously
interrogate
the Hemisphere.

And write:
“Maybe stories
are just storytellers
remixing data to
reconnect with the Other.”

Pushing clothing?
Shopping in New York City Windows?
What fun!

Add to the “share-worthy” story:

“Saturday has given its bed beyond,
examples of timely mini-experiences
pop up to a seamless ‘surrounded’
and ‘always on.'”

“Moving beyond
expands to be
the ‘go-to’ ‘one-stop’
a step further.”

“Curate that
‘Chock-Full of Eye With a Twist.'”

Describe it:

“Welcome to a kind experience that gives guests the opportunity to see what it’s really like to ‘live’ their own personalities ‘living’ in custom-designed experiences 24 hours a day and shop and win more Kitty Violet magic of close encounters.”

Smart rage
the social joy
that interest brings
by referencing.

(spoke geolocating)
 

What is
the most
conscious might?

Truly?

Care?

Quirky ice cream
churned perfectly –
one better
than one
better!

Might examples inspire you
to strengthen your hours and
play Scrabble and see how
you might just truly matter?


blackout composition – Source: ”Pushing the Envelope,” Andrea Syverson, Target Marketing, September 2013, pp. 25-26, 30.

Part 8 of “Target: Ark” – a serial poem composed by blacking out the entire September 2013 issue of “Target Marketing” Magazine.

Links to the full “Target: Ark” series below…

Part I: “eight rated less”
Part II: “Mountain Ring Sun”
Part III: “You Fine?”
Part IV: “The Rise”

Part V: “mate!”
Part VI: “I For All”
Part VII: “Op Ail”
Part VIII: “I Lope”
Part IX: “The ‘Eat At’ Divide”
Part X: “o by Oz

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