Her latest writing-group challenge is to write a poem in the shape of the subject - for example, something about a cat in the shape of a cat. A quick Google search revealed hundreds of very clever examples of what I now know is called concrete poetry. (I won't post any here, out of respect for copyright, but they're easily found.)
I rather like the idea of fusing words and images in this way, and I'm looking forward to seeing what she comes up with.
Are any of you practised in this form?