Micropoem

micropoetry

a genre of poetic verse which is characterized by its extreme brevity consisting of 280 characters or less.

Micropoem

micropoetry

a genre of poetic verse which is characterized by its extreme brevity consisting of 280 characters or less.

Micropoem

Deeply Shaded

Taking pictures, Planting love, Daydreaming From above:         Sugar water         And beer trees                — Create —         Deeply shaded                 Sunbeams. Wait …         That …

Micropoem

A New Year

A new year and a new day;         Time to pursue today         With a new mind         That is positive each day. …

Micropoem

Smoke

Smoke? No joke;  Mix it with coke.  Up the nose Or in the lungs, Either way, You’re done.  Don’t worry It’ll suck;  Cancer just begun.  …

Micropoem

Organized

The “Great Leap Forward,”A famine in disguise;The “Nuremberg Trials”,Bodies lined the skies. A mother and her child,A bullet through the …

Micropoem

Circle

I.  I’ve been up, and I’ve been down.  II.  I’ve been rich, and leaned out.  III.  I’ve been dead, and yet still breathed.  …

Micropoem

Stranger in the Mirror

The stranger in the mirror, Is me; A fun loving gypsy, A spirit free! Unafraid to live; Chasing my dreams, …

Micropoem

A River of Sparks

A soul in the heavens Entwined with light Are the flowers of life. A river of sparks And an angel …

Micropoem

A Moment

For a brief moment in time, I see a vision sublime; The path is straight, The road awake, Ready to …

Micropoem

Just Run

Marriage failing, Life curtailing Back to day one: Fights, Strife, No life! By God, I better run! If I don’t …

Micropoem

Traffic

Light after light I sit in strife As life passes on by. Then I go, And stop once more. I …

Micropoem

Negativity’s Leeching

Negativity’s leeching Is like the preacher preaching: His toxin of hate Against all who don’t relate To the views that …

Micropoem

A Handshake

A handshake;The unspoken wordsAre gesture that speaks. Yet,Eye contactAnd a weak smileCreates discussionsOf distrust. Handshake by K. Saitta © 2015, …

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