unwrite

unwrite

(ʌnˈraɪt)
vb (tr) , -writes, -writing, -wrote or -written
1. to cancel (what has been written)
2. (Law) to retract a legal proclamation or document
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That's a story as old as America--a story that Black theatremakers like the ones we lift up in this issue are helping to rewrite, or unwrite, or simply do right by.
The Unwrite section features art, poetry, reports, and stories submitted by readers.
I may not be able to unwrite a moment in my life but I know a moment will never define me.
You can't do the whole 'I've taken down this tweet.' You cannot unwrite, unpost, or unpublish a book or anything on the printed form.
Not least that it seeks to unwrite the winners' historical account in the voluminous secondary record, it has to work from original resources found only in the Irish language, draw on long lists of manuscript materials in many archives, folklore reports, the correspondence and records of public and ecclesiastical administrators, and the journals of regional archeological societies.
I am glad you take any pleasure in my poor Poem;-which I would willingly take the trouble to unwrite, if possible, did I care so much as I have done about Reputation.
With that exchange, the novel attempts to replace messages about body with messages about self-empowerment, but it does not unwrite the former messages or divorce self-empowerment from weight loss.
She relinquishes the potential to "rewrite, unwrite, and replace"--In short, she lacks the ability to change her situation and renounces the potential of women "to imagine and construct their own identities [by] encouraging [them] to look at their own responses to the stories" (Haase 2004: viii & 7).
I wouldn't unwrite it anyway or cut her out in any way" ("A Sequence of Images: George Mackay Brown" 39).
Burroughs's myth is clearly in the tradition of the Gnostics, whose chief modus operandi seems to have been to rewrite (even to unwrite) Western mythic conceptions of our ultimate beginnings and endings.
And other poets such as Marilar Aleixandre write against the fires: "why fire conspiring with the wind / you unwrite in the forest / my voice you howl without pity" ("por que lume conspirando co vento / desescribes no monte / a mina voz ouleas sen piedade" [29]) and Rabade Villar asks: "The eucalyptuses / which were burning like ships / in somebody else's sea.
That night I ran after you things you have to do you do quickly O rose right there Rose O column of air the poem's structure (how to learn how to unwrite and will I get better how to come closer without writing) Dominique Fourcade, Click-Rose (1984) "What would you say if I shaved off my mustache?" Agnes, who was on the living room couch flipping through a magazine, laughed and replied, "That might be a good idea" Emmanuel Carrere, The Mustache (1986) Upon meeting her one evening in a hallway, Rose leaned toward her to kiss her.