Misery 31

Sarah J. Sloat

Misery 31 by Sarah J. Sloat

A found/erasure poem. Source: King, Stephen. Misery, 1987, Hodder & Stoughton, p. 327.

Sarah J. Sloat lives in Frankfurt, Germany, a stone’s throw from Schopenhauer's grave. Her poems and prose have appeared in West Branch, Hayden's Ferry Review and Beloit Poetry Journal. Sarah's chapbooks Inksuite, Heiress to a Small Ruin and Excuse me while I wring this long swim out of my hair are available from Dancing Girl Press.


  1. Surprised by the development! Love the presentation

  2. Very cool erasure poem! Art as well as poetry! What are the white stripes?


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