Mike Snider writes, "I invented a verse form, the twiplet, just for twitter's 140 character limit, including spaces and carriage returns. A twiplet has 3 lines in any or no meter, and all three lines end-rhyme with one another. In addition, the third line has, near its beginning, a rhyme with a word in the first line, and, near its middle, a rhyme with a word in the second line." 

A paean to the goody goody gum gum drop:
I'll eat them by the fistful till I (dumb dumb) pop.
Wouldn't it be neat if I could (yum yum) stop?

Esther Murer

If you have any comments on this poem, Esther Murer  would be pleased to hear them.