OLWG#83- Short Form Poetry

Micropoetry written for OLWG#83



Drowning In Words
American Sentence

If I had the courage I’d do it; tie weights to my ankles – jump in.

 

Regrets
Haiku

If I had enough
time.  If I had the patience
If only I had…

 

Recriminations
Shadorma

She waited.
Sitting by the phone.
No books or
radio.
Patient. When the phone trilled, she
listened to it ring.


This week’s prompts were:

  1. if I had enough
  2. drowning in words
  3. the phone trilled

One of my Haiku at Vita Brevis

Vita Brevis recently hosted a poetry competition. It was a lot of fun, it was very well attended, and there was an abundance of great submissions. I am honoured to have been selected as the winner.

Brian Geiger, the founder and Editor has published my submission on his online magazine. You can read it here.

Thanks to Vita Brevis and to everyone who stopped by to read and comment on all the entries. Every submission there was deserving of the win. I feel extremely lucky today and plan on buying a Lottery ticket.

 

Three Hiaku

TBP



The first line is written
It’s almost done, and only:
7:22

Knit one, purl two; see
Poetry’s like knitting, or
Being an oyster

Earthenware binding
Confined in this flower pot
My roots – constricted