In honour of my first challenge, here's a poem from Eunoia by Christian Bök, the Canadian experimental poet. I'll be writing more about this book for sure. I thought this poem was appropriate, given that Eunoia as a whole is all about the vowels.
Thanks to Cara for hosting this weekly celebration of poetry at Ooh... Books!
From Eunoia by Christian Bök, published in 2001 by Coach House Press:
love solve loss
else we see
love sow woe
selves we woo
losses we levee
so we love
UPDATE: Evan from Coach House posted this in the comments, but I'll do it here, too: there's a Eunoia trailer on YouTube! Check it out, it's wonderful. It will give you a hint of the impressive scale of Bök's undertaking. And also it will likely make you giggle in places.