"And so no force
, however great, can stretch a cord
, however fine, into a horizontal line
that is absolutely straight
(Years pass, bored student gets creative with the physics textbook that contains the above sentence in a boring lecture...)
And so no force, however great
Can stretch a cord, however fine
Into a horizontal line
That is absolutely straight.
Although I suppose this sort of thing could be put in its own category, called "Accidental Poetry" or something. Ronald Gross's poem "Yield" showcases what happens if you take your found poetry seriously.