The Cleave Poetry Webzine [ISSN: 1758-9223]

Cleave poem submission by John Bevan

In submission on September 14, 2008 at 6:31 am

_______________________A Cleaved Limerick

____There is a young poet – in Wales
_________ _who is unique – among males
_________________in that – I think
______________he refuses – a drink
to compose what he knows – never fails

Cleave poem: © 2008 John Bevan


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    1. Good job John Bevan! Cool idea to use limericks!

      I like that it has a different meaning when read as a whole.

      That’s difficult to achieve with a Cleave! (ouch. Limericking is contagious.)

    2. A cleaved limerick
      —for john bevan

      there once was a poet-a poet named cleave
      a weaver of words-weaving into the night
      weaving all day long-words into songs
      weaving into light-weaving & cleaving
      until finally-weave became woof

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