Twister Poetry Form Created by Ralph Stott consists of ten words in one verse;
two words for each of the five lines - Words one, four, five, eight and nine are
printed in bold and make up the first verse - This should read clearly - Words
one to ten make the second verse - This gives the ‘twist’ to the poem and again
should read clearly - So, two verses in one, the title should be one word, no
punctuation - Rhyming optional - Just one verse - 10 words...rg
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