A list poem is a litany of lines
A list poem is the sum of all its starts
A list poem listens to itself
A list poem lines up in more than one line
A listing poem protects itself historically
A list poem is recursively defined
A list poem never forgets its shopping
A list poem leans to the starboard
Alist poem leans to the starboard
A list poem leans to the starboard
A list poem leans to the starboard
A list poem leans to the starboard
A list poem leans to the starboard
A list poem leans to the starboard
or port side
A list poem can be as long as it likes as long as it likes being long
A list poem can be shorter
A Liszt poem is composed by Franz
A list poem’s elements serve as elements of the sequence
A list poem enumerates itself
A list poem’s DNA sequence is metaphor + meaning
A list poem assigns variables as if they are an array
A list poem of the 100 best list poems has not yet been listed as written
A list of lists of lists’ poems is a dynamic list and may never be able to satisfy particular
    standards for completeness
, according to Wikipedia on Lists
A list poems enlists itself into lists
A list poem is made with religion and underwear
A list poems counts on all its fingers first
A list poem is chronological
A list poem is left behind in supermarket trolleys telling the lives of strangers without rhyme
A list poem is its own bullets
A listicle poem might decide to place its line higher in this poem
A list poem can have processing functions
A list poem lists
A list poem slits in error
A list poem organises itself
A list poem rejects random
A list poem that modifies the array during list execution results in undefined behaviour
A list poem rolls over
A list poem has a lineage of lines




MF

Mike Ferguson is widely published in poetry magazines and journals, and his latest collection is Precarious Real [Maquette Press, 2016]. A retired English teacher, he taught experimental writing to students for 30 years and co-authored the education text Writing Workshops [Cambridge University Press, 2015].

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