For example, this list By Bhanu Kapil: http://www.poetryfoundation.org/harriet/2012/04/how-to-write-a-poem/
13. Invent a form that allows fragments to have their own life. To recombine. Or perhaps to simply die off, emitting pink, luminous flares just beyond the range of a society’s vision.
Today, Nancy and I sat down to start planning for our Poetry in Motion class--set for 4/21, the Spring Equinox. We are inventing a form that allows for all types of bodies to find their breath, through lines of poems and yoga, in a room. Come, be pink luminous flares with us! Bring your fragmentary bodies, your fragmentary concentration, and we will work on setting them afloat on waves of breath.