On Using Twitter’s One Hundred Forty Characters to Pen … Rhyming Poetry

Harder to write and to read than prose, but poetry expresses far more elegantly,
passionately and emotively than one may ever aspire to … prosaically.

A form of written expression … so seemingly … like lyrical hymn,
has been … historically … seemingly been … favored by Him.

To wit, the superlative verse of the great poets, amongst them,
Ovid, Emily, Robert … and the immortal … William.

Shakespeare’s reputation, amongst thoughtful (wo)men, is amongst the best
of the west. Along with the east’s Khalil Gibran, they are the best, of the best.

And so it has been that inspired by Him, Willy, Khalil, Ovid, Robert and Emily,
when one needs a passionate message … do it … poetically.

To that end, Twitter’s one hundred and forty character formula may usefully
construct verses … whether rhyming, or not … poetically.

#Twitterfiction: If, prior to an 83rd character, prospective tweeters bring to end
then a first line, then with a rhyme … you may … end.


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