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A shape poem, in which the words form the shapes of the 'mountains'

A true shape poem in which the three verses take the form of mountains of decreasing size. The poem is about the frustrations of writing poetry and is, strangely perhaps, the most poetic of Patrick's poems.

Style

True shape poem (UK) or
True concrete poem (US)

Category

Witty and wry poems

Sub-category

Odes and ends

Author

More shape poems

Ampersand - A twisted shape poem
Better Late - A true shape poem

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