Poetic Forms: Anagrammatic Poem

Hello Beautiful Thinkers,

The idea behind an anagrammatic poem is that every word used in the poem is made up only of letters that can be found in the poems title. A good example is Christian Bok’s poem “Vowels.” There’s no rule about how many words make up the title but I recommend working in a few good vowels and consonants.

Keep Dreaming Beautiful Thinkers,

The Boy In The Heart Shades

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