Category: Poetry

  • MicroPoem 130

    MicroPoem 130

    Photo by Mike Burke on Unsplash There’s somebody I’m longing to see — I’d even see digitally — Someone to pine over me

  • MicroPoem 129

    MicroPoem 129

    Photo by David Taffet on Unsplash There’s someone that’s Miles away from me I’m thinking about.

  • Raisin Meditation

    Raisin Meditation

    Photo by Erda Estremera on Unsplash What’s that you ask? It’s taking forever to eat raisins, Focusing on your sensations of doing so. My experience was as such: holding first, Feeling no burst but squishy, cracked, squishy, Rolling around my fingers, leaving some residue. Then seeing the texture looking ancient and shriveled. There seemed to…

  • MicroPoem 128

    MicroPoem 128

    Photo by quokkabottles on Unsplash See MicroPoem 118 post first, then you’ll understand this: She asks, “Why do you have two bottles?” Then the response is, “One’s coffee; one’s tea.” To which I must insert, “Yeah, toffee and cea.”

  • MicroPoem 127

    MicroPoem 127

    Photo by Joshua J. Cotten on Unsplash Folks mostly throw up blinds for Warm days to soak up the sun But I pop them up on the Rainy days to watch the birds Shelter some from the elements

  • MicroPoem 126

    MicroPoem 126

    “Oh, critters… you’re so critter-y; You with your toy and you so coy.”

  • MicroPoem 125

    MicroPoem 125

    Photo by Alexas_Fotos on Unsplash “Goats for sale” Was on a knee-high sign in Beebe

  • MicroPoem 124

    MicroPoem 124

    The loud barking squirrel was a shock Jutting up the tree to mock and yell at me Then a pair of bunnies by the car were alarmed Hopping away, then watching me quite carefully

  • MicroPoem 123

    MicroPoem 123

    Photo by julien Tromeur on Unsplash Going to bed, we said, “Everything hurts…” “It hurts to get up…” And my personal favorite: “It hurts to hurt…”

  • MicroPoem 122

    MicroPoem 122

    Photo by Thomas Bormans on Unsplash See MicroPoem 118 post first, then you’ll understand this: nooks and crannies —> crooks and nannies

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