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  1. Explore the Craft of Writing Poetry Invented Forms Shadow Poetry is a poetry community that has been on line since 2000. It encourages poets to "walk out of the shadows with their poetry". It is a popular site with on line poets who, though they may not be contributing members, use the site as a resource. Often they return to their own communities with some new challenge they found at Shadow Poetry or with a new poem inspired by the site's resources. The following forms were found either exclusive to that site or appear to have been invented by Shadow members. Some of these forms are bett
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    The Boy Who Loved Laughter

    Some silliness... The Boy Who Loved Laughter I saw him born and watched him grow, a bright and funny boy I know. He wanted to become a pro in fun and laughter on the go. A stand up comic he'd become upon his banjo he would strum. The boy preferred to dream at school, and on occasion mocked the fool. He made kids laugh and played it cool, then sat upon a yellow stool to bellow silly words that rhyme to pass away the study time. But finally he found the light, he'd prep and study well at night. In class he'd work with all his might to learn enough to do thing
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