C-19 Pandeme

In a recent open mic, Geoffrey Hall, an Austin poet, proposed a new poetry form, C-19 pandeme: 100 words in 19 lines. He read two fine examples. C is the Roman numeral for 100. Pandeme is not an English word. Pandeme is Latin, vocative masculine singular of pand?mus, meaning “of or pertaining to all the people, public.”

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