Indiana Review's 'e'-less Poetry: Runner Up
July 27, 2017 - from the Indiana Review: "Writing with constraints can be a fun way to encourage the experimentation that short forms allow. One type of constraint is called a lipogram, where a work avoids using a particular letter or group of letters. For example, Ernest Vincent Wright wrote his 50,000 word novel, Gadsby, without using the letter ‘e’ one time."
Circumlocution. I know you, am you,
mid-way walk. Avoiding,
continuous falling orbit.
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