A lipogram is a written work composed of words selected so as to avoid the use of one or more letters of the alphabet. Since posting an interview with JonArno Lawson, I haven't been able to get the form out of my mind. Here's an example of one of his poems. Since the title of the poem uses only the vowel e, this is the only vowel that appears in the poem!
DeerHow's that for a challenge?! What letter(s) will you omit? Leave me a note about your poem and I'll post the results here later this week.
Deer delve deeper,
peer between endless greens,
gentle breezes tremble the reeds,
Whenever we freeze,
Whenever we're tender,
we resemble deer.
Poem ©JonArno Lawson. All rights reserved.