Examples of Dada Poems?

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A Dada poem, sometimes known as a 'Sound poem', is a uniquely randomized poem that has cut out phrases or individual words, which form a sort of montage of words. Dadaism was an art movement, which began in Switzerland, during World War I, from around 1916 to 1922, that considered almost anything to be art. Artists, who aligned themselves with the movement, basically exploited accidental and incongruous effects in their work in an effort to challenge established norms of art, thought, morality, and so forth.
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