Pyramyd poetry (American English: pyramid poetry) is a type of poem that follows a roughly triangular text format, which could become a type of cultural element of Slinnysh culture.
The concept for Slinnysh pyramyd poetry was conceived by Kyng Second Karl Friedrich during an online chat with former Kyng Fyrst Solomon Fyrst. Commenting on a promotional video for the 2013 Harmony Games, Friedrich wrote:
- three seconds
He noticed the triangular-like structure of the last three lines. Pyramyd poetry was born... or something, maybe.
Solomon Fyrst and Karl Friedrich soon wrote others:
for some people
a nice looking isosceles this is not really one or is it really it no we know its no isoscely triangulum
|–S. Fyrst||–S. Fyrst||–K. Friedrich||–K. Friedrich|
Proposed guidelines are
- Each line must not start with a capital letter nor end with a dot.
- The poem must visually look like any type of a triangle. Depending on the type of the triangle, the sub-group of the poem is decided.
- The poem does not have to make any sense.