poem: lyric kin

week four of my coursera poetry course was to write a lipogram; that is, a poem that uses only one vowel. it’s a playful way of rhyming.

“lyric kin”

bliss in mists
gives this whim
its invisible linchpin

flim in vice –
i might live within
my wish filling dish’s brim.

slinging living sinking,
hide, bin wind’s isle.
idyll plying infinity.

style: wisp-fringe.
ivy idiot, my like

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