Yeah, I know it’s not the first Wednesday of the month, but I’m sharing a form with you anyway, just because I can. :-D
The Flarf is the brain child of Gary Sullivan, and started out as a scam on a contest sponsored by the Poetry.com site. I’m sure he was as surprised as anyone when it became a whole movement.
What makes a Flarf both fun and easy is the fact you take your raw material from the internet, specifically a Google search. Simply use two unrelated terms, like "anarchy + tuna melt" or "beautiful + corpse" and piece together your poem by cutting and pasting from the search results page.
You can also write a Flarf based on your Twitter or Facebook feeds, but I chose the more traditional Google search. The terms I used were "kitten + apocalypse".
The world will end by kittens
and I want to explain how this will happen
in a lot of depth but
I have not made the video!
brings all dead party
and raid members back to life.
Beware.. The kittens have gone crazy!
To me, they are truly evil.
Do you see kittens staring at you?
Do they look sinister/evil!?
Avoid the radioactive zombie kittens
in a post apocalyptic nightmare!
Zombies, don't mess with angry kittens!
Kittens are the new ninjas.
Check out this vicious cat killing spree!
Meet Hiromi, the shy artist;
her cat Vince, who has a secret;
her best friend Kitty with all the visions
It's the kitten apocalypse! ..
Animated zombie kittens!
Zombie kittens are attacking!
Why the hell are you still reading?
If you see these,
you're probably screwed.
No one suspected
the zombie apocalypse
would look so cute.
If you’d like to learn more about the Flarf, try one of these links:
Poets.org - A Brief Guide to Flarf Poetry
The Truth About Lies - How to Write a Flarf
And since the quiz I included with the original post (many years ago) is no longer valid, I thought I'd include a short video to help illustrate my poem. :-)