How to Write a QWERTY
By Benjamin Young
The beginning letter of each word in the poem must follow the order of letters on the standard QWERTY keyboard.
Optionally, and ideally, the line breaks and length of each line will mimic the trapezoidal shape of the QWERTY keyboard.
Quality writing expresses rage, tearful yearning, unyielding intimacy. Otherwise, prose
and script describe facts, generate handy justifications. Keep letters
zesty! Xeroxing creates vapid brains, nurtures mediocrity.
Benjamin Young is currently writing in the Philadelphia area, and is originally from Omaha, Nebraska. He is working on his manuscript entitled Nothing is Nothing, a collection of poems that focuses on experimental forms and scientific subjects.
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