|is for Wedge verse|
This is also known as rhopalic, a verse where each line has one more unit than the previous one, either a syllable or a word. I suppose one could call it a shape poem too, using a form of wordplay.
Here's my wedge verse
spews clouds like
smoke rings exhaled,
and I look up charmed.
A dribble of sauce spreads
meanwhile on a blank bread slice
but that of course can’t be poetry.
And that is something new learnt. If you know of any other forms that have names starting with W, do please leave that in the comments.
Posted for the A-Z Challenge.