Two Lines Form a Simple Three Stanza Pantoum
Her dog, lifts its nose and breathes in deeply
The lead horse rounds turn one
Her dirty white dog simply will not shit
– – -by William James
I know this poem is bad. And it is not even polished. But the point of posting a disasterpiece is demonstrative only to the exercise of using two prompt lines to compose a three stanza pantoum.
This pantoum utlized two lines from Charles Bukowski’s poem, “The State of World Affairs from a 3rd Floor Window.” If you are interested in giving the writing challenge a go, turn to (or click on) the page A CHALLENGE for directions.