Write a rhyming poem that works as either ten lines of tetrameter or eight lines of pentameter. Post it in the comments section below. This challenge comes from poet Paul Erlandson who learned of it some time ago from his friend Russ Smith. Paul's example is below: . A Winter’s Eucharist (London, 1990) A winter’s Eucharist I took At noon, with Cranmer’s little book My fork and spoon to eat the bread Of heaven as we sung and read, The blood of Jesus on my tongue. St. Paul’s Cathedral round me rung With late echoes of Donne and Wren. How very great out God is then Who on His wise wheel spun the sun, As well as Messrs. Wren and Donne! . A winter’s Eucharist I took at noon, With Cranmer’s little book my fork and spoon To eat the bread of heaven as we sung--- (And red the blood of Jesus on my tongue). St. Paul’s Cathedral round me rung with late Echoes of Donne and Wren. How very great Our God is then, who on His wise wheel spun The sun, as well as Messrs. Wren and Donne! . .