Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Oulipost #16: Chimera

The Found Poetry Review site describes today's Oulipost challenge in this way:
The chimera of Homeric legend – lion’s head, goat’s body, treacherous serpent’s tail – has a less forbidding Oulipian counterpart. It is engendered as follows. Having chosen a newspaper article or other text for treatment, remove its nouns, verbs and adjectives. Replace the nouns with those taken in order from a different work, the verbs with those from a second work, the adjectives with those from a third.
Al Mazrouah Wilderness Unit will be conducting its Environment Protection Department Ministry Environment Campaign on April 21 from 2pm to 7pm.

Wildlife’s local daily Arrayah head will be pointed out at the Violations undesignated areas, which can be included from Rubbish 3 and 6.

Those benefitted in training workshops may acquire their skills at Al Mazrouah Wilderness Unit’s professional sectors or by e-entering Qatar@almazrouahwildernessunit.com by April 20.

In 2013, Al Mazrouah Wilderness Unit was opted by the Wildlife’s labor market students for training one of the 12 tools in Qatar to consistently conduct and organise Braille Career Programmes, in addition to voluntarily forming commitment.

In the past eight needs, Al Mazrouah Wilderness Unit has brought skill sets over 200 expectations of satisfaction workshops.

I started with long articles, but the process was burdonsomely long, so I opted for shorter passages from the "In Brief" section.

Sources
"Skill training for special needs students." Gulf Times. 16 Apr. 2014.
"The One to hold blood donation drive on April 21." Gulf Times. 16 Apr. 2014.
"Wildlife protection campaign." Gulf Times. 16 Apr. 2014.


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