Here is an example:
Malumbro sol cunestrel cáicara
Mumbo cuntrel cáicar
So the rules are:
1st line, a "poetic" or lyrical line of verse with no fixed syllable count:
I light myself up alone with an archaic star
The next line, a reduction of this line, with portmanteau words. "Me alumbro" = malumbro or "con una estrella" = cunestrel.
And so on. The last three line have one word each, culminating in a monosyllable. The number of lines can vary between 7 and 9, I think. Alliteration is almost always a feature:
Lernidad lenta coras nieve
Lidad len cros nieve
[Eternity so slow with its hours of snow.]
Of course Montejo's conventional poetry is also good, but this seems more interesting. Try reading them backwards too!
Let's try doing one in English
Myfa wasn otbeata sachild
yfawno beast chil
Something like that.