Flarf is a recent form of American experimental poetry. It takes collages of Internet search results as a starting point to create texts constructed out of banalities. In its procedures Flarf seems to be an heir of Dada, but it can also be interpreted within a American poetic tradition of democratic representation that starts with Whitman and runs through Language Poetry. The different poetics result in diverse strategies – disruptive or connective – to determine the character of the surface of the text. Flarf, as subversive poetry, poses the question as to what possibilities for disruptions are feasible within the connective medium par excellence: the Internet.