I think I heart the pecha kucha form. What is a pecha kucha? It's a poetry form that I found in Terrance Hayes's Lighthead collection. Hayes says it's "a Japanese adaptation/loanword of the word picture." It's way longer than a poem I would normally write, but because it's broken up into four or five lined stanzas, I might be able to fool myself that it's doable. It's so cute. What? You didn't know a poetry form could be cute? Trust me, it can. The stanzas make me think of the fun-sized snickers bars they hand out during Halloween. I'm not even exactly sure how you would write one, but I plan to try it. I'm guessing you need to have twenty stanzas in order to make it complete, the fancy little brackets around each subtitle, and it must be "after" something.
Anywho, I think I found another book that I can read for #52poetry. I saw this video earlier and got all goo goo about it. It didn't even matter (at first) what she was talking about because it was directed so well. Poems and movies can work together nice like. Push play.