This prompt threw me for a big loop. I am not sure it's entirely correct or done properly. Next time, I was use digital text rather than an actual newspaper. I am old-fashioned, what can I say. Also, I feel the poem lost meaning 4 words in. There's always next time. :)
WARM-UP #3: BEAUTIFUL OUTLAW (BELLE ABSENTE)
The outlaw in question is the name of the person (or subject) to whom the poem is addressed. Each line of the poem includes all the letters of the alphabet except for the letter appearing in the dedicated name at the position corresponding to that of the line: when writing a poem to Eva, the first line will contain all letters except E, the second all letters except V, and the third all letters except A.
Choose someone mentioned in your newspaper to whom to address your poem. Compose a beautiful outlaw poem following the procedure outlined above and using words sourced from your newspaper text.
As with the previous warm-ups, please feel free to share the results in the comments.
Here it is.
For S.H. Jun:
Sources: Multiple articles in The Boston Globe, March 24, 2014: "Besieged rail firm seeking new deal.", "Apply Pressure.", "Satellite spots more debris in search for missing plan."