Exquisite Corpse

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How to play
Submit a single line of poetry that will be absorbed into a collective Exquisite Corpse poem using the form above.

History of the Game
Exquisite Corpse (la cadavre exquis) is a collaborative drawing and poetry game that was invented in the 1920s by French Surrealist poets and artists.
The name “exquisite corpse” comes from the first sentence the Surrealists produced using this collaborative writing method:

The exquisite corpse will drink the new wine.

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