Poem 334 – A Panoptipoeticametrical Poem

‘The night is black’ is unprofound;
‘Midnight’s kingdom, consumed by shadows’
Earns applause from noble brows.
Likewise ‘she was hot’ earns you no praise,
But ‘her radiant form lit the flame of my desire’
Apparently gets a poet a raise.
So I conclude, I must longer words use –
Panoptipoeticametrically.
Now you’re impressed – see?

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Dear readers,

I can only hazard a guess as to the meaning of That Word – judging from the roots, it means something to do with a total view of poetry and metre. Possibly. Anybody else going to guess?

Kind regards,

The Hapless Neo-Romantic

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