Recently, in my morning poems, I wrote in the form of a works cited page.
I've read poems that resemble grocery lists.
I've read poems that appear as want ads.
I've read very clever poems as Q&As.
Here is this week's prompt: Take a conventional form, one that belongs truly to something else, something mundane, or something prose might claim as its own, and write a poem. Think table of contents, think mapquest directions, think memo, think text message, think interview, think health care plan. Think beyond the patterns of every day poetry and reinvent the patterns of every day rhetoric.