Saturday, 27 May 2017

Micropoetry - Unseen Verse

I promised some of my micropoetry that's never been published before - even on Twitter.

So I've got you some. :)

These poems have been languishing in my notebook for far too long. It's time to let them fly into the world and be read by you, my dearest nerdlets (Me? Nervous? ...Maybe a little.)







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I'm like porcelain
If you break me
You let me win



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scissors cutting thread pic

A modern-day witch
Doing Arachne's work.
I seize the scissors
From cold Fate.
It dances.
Tender pins,
On my skin.







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Dainty flower -
Strong life.
They cut you down,
call you weed.
They leave bottles
On the pavement.



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Everything is clear
On a night like this
Muted rain
On the window pane
Hear my breath
Hear my heart
Loudly muffled,
My dear.




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star fantasy pic

How can we tell
What the stars
Are thinking?
Thoughts full of fire
An unknown youth
Billions of miles away






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12 comments:

  1. my favorite is the second one because I'm obsessed with witches and fates! "trading scissors" LOVE i!

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  2. I love these poems, they're beautiful Cee! I love the first one :)

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  3. Lovely as always, Cee! I wish I had the talent you have - you manage to create such vivid images in my head with so few words and it's so beautiful, and often very touching.

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    1. You're so sweet! Watch out, I'll get a big head you keep talking like that! ;) Thanks so much! :)

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  4. I love these! I rather like the porcelain one. I wish I could write poetry but I'm incredibly crap Haha!

    #rvht

    (Jenny from Accidental Hipster Mum, my phone logs me in with my other account) x

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    1. Thank you!

      (And I'm sure you're not as bad at poetry as you think!) :)

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  5. I really loved the first two poems especially! The very first one, has me very much intrigued. It isn't an interesting twist in the last line and it made me really stop and think...

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    1. Thank you :) I'm glad you liked them :)

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