Friday, June 24, 2022

labyrinth (a triolet), by Greg Hill

 




labyrinth (a triolet) is in the triolet form, with the additional constraint that each line is exactly the same number of characters, including the acknowledgement line "[after Luke Bradford]" and the dedication line at the bottom "[for Anthony Etherin]". Printed in a monotype, or fixed width, font like Courier New, each line is visually of equal length as well.


 

Greg Hill is an experimental poet and adjunct professor of English in West Hartford, Connecticut. He has an MFA from Vermont College of Fine Arts and his work has appeared in Pioneertown, Past Ten, Poetry Breakfast, and appears in the Penteract Press anthology The Book of Penteract (2022). In the free time afforded to a father of three young children, he composes music for piano using cryptographic constraints. Twitter: @PrimeArepo. Website: https://www.gregjhill.com.

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