Leopards don’t ever change their spots, or was I asleep when you changed yours?

(#the American sentence)

©Vivian Zems

Micropoetry Month 27/30

Paul Hosts dVerse tonight with the prompt being- Change

American Sentences as a poetic form was Allen Ginsberg’s effort to make American the haiku. If haiku is seventeen syllables going down in Japanese text, he would make American Sentences seventeen syllables going across; linear.

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