I think that I shall try to write a poem every day. But I will not attempt to try to write one every way.
For some techniques are very good, but others very worse, when daily trying to compose a novel piece of verse.
For instance, sitting in a chair and typing to a screen, is easier than painting words onto a lima bean.
It’s easier, for me at least, to go from left to right, and so much harder in the dark than writing in the light.
I also tend to write my words in languages I know, which leaves out Latin, French and Greek, and German, High and Low.
And when I write a funny verse I always try to rhyme (You’d know this if you read the thing I posted that one time).
I’ll never write a poem while I’m running from a bear, or while a midget barber washes, cuts, and dyes my hair.
No, never while I’m sleeping, and seldom in the rain, not when I wear a hard hat and operate a crane.
And not to mention all the forms I carefully eschew Like sonnets, odes, and limericks and Japanese haiku.
I’m just a simple rhymer, and I’m quite set in my ways. But that won’t stop me writing all the length and breadth of days.