I like to write
Instant poet (Picture: Poetweet)
Fancy becoming a poet? Well don’t throw on a turtleneck and start hanging out in cafés just yet.
Poetweet will make you one. Instantly.
The Brazilian site (don’t worry – there is an English version) scans your Twitter feed and turns your tweets into a sonnet, a rondel or an indriso.
The results are profound, moving and inspirational in equal measure.
Twitter user Sarah Warwick’s ‘Good Times’ is an instant classic, for example:
‘By the pinnacle of humour endeavour / Leech Living In Her Face / Fish and chips by Whitby Harbour’.
So type in your Twitter handle and wait for the site to work its magic.
Just don’t expect Tennyson.
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