Many people wrote this week to say they were trying this form, but that producing a poem might take a while. For now, I'd like to share what we have.
It's not too late if you still want to play. Read the rules here. Then leave me a comment about your poem and I'll include a link to it on the list.The author of The Reading Zone used the S+7 constraint on Shel Silverstein to write Where the Sign Ends.
Using a constraint called monovocolism, sister AE at Having Writ wrote a poem called Stretch using only one vowel! I am in awe!
Andi at a wrung sponge went exactly where these fine fall days should leads many writers, and wrote this OULIPO.
I was thinking fall too, until my aching muscles led me in another direction. Here's a poem dedicated to my 17 years (yup, count 'em) in the sport of gymnastics. You could also put dancer in the title and it would work just as well.Ode to a Gymnast