Poems Impossible

January 6, 2010
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Haiku. Sonnet. Limerick. Demotte.
So many choices only two days to complete.
Poem. Should it be short or long? Cohesive or in cohesive?
Does it need a reason? Description?

The answer: My reliable source The Webster Dictionary
Poem: a composition inverse.
Composition? Inverse?
Great, now I have two more words to define.

Maya Angelou. Still I Rise and Phenomenal Woman.
Women empowerment. That’s easy.
Women, tough like…, gentle like…,
a titian or a dove?
Too Cliché!

What about those seasonal Haikus?
Gosh, it still does not fit a whole page.
Solution: make margins bigger 3 no 4 inches.
Bigger title. Size 14 font.
Still does not even reach three-quarter of a page.

Sentences that contain words that are massive.
Words that I can not pronounce.
Deferintefication. Antidisestablishmentarism. Rumplestitskin.
Finally, a beginning to a perfect poem.
Deferintefication? Antidisestablishmentarism? Rumplestitskin?
No Clue?

3 tedious hours,
A tree wasted,
Broken lead,
Cramp hand, and
A headache.
Poems; impossible.

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