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  1. A poem to read several times — even if it *is* “tweetable”. The “incoherent magnificence” caught me.

    What an interesting experiment …. hmm…. this could be fun to try.

    A thought for you: I co-host a weekly poetry prompt at MindLoveMisery’s Menagerie. (https://mindlovemiserysmenagerie.wordpress.com/) BJ’s Shadorma & Beyond – where we explore poetry forms. Our readers might like to try this — would you allow us to showcase the form and your poem along with it?

    Really enjoyed this —
    Let me know what you think 🙂

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    1. Sure Jen. Sounds like fun! I have seen a few “poetweets” on the internet, and some people go with 140 or less, but I’ve tried to challenge myself with the exactly 140 characters format. Would love to see what everyone else does with the rule as well!

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      1. Oh, WONDERFUL!

        I need to speak with my fellow conspirator — I mean, co-host — and if she agrees then perhaps we could do the 28th of February. (I had something else scheduled for that day but would like to postpone the other item and do this instead.)

        A great challenge — to keep it at exactly140 characters. You see how I LOVE punctuation and dashes — could be tough! LOL

        Will keep you posted. 🙂

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      2. Hello, I’m the B of the BJ’s Shadorma & Beyond and I’m so happy you’ve permitted Jen to showcase you! What a fantastic idea and really so suitable for our age. You’ve written an intriguing poem here, as Jen said something to go back to and re-read several times … chapeau!

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