Tuesday, 6 June 2017

Micropoetry - May 2017

Somehow I only ended up writing two pieces of micropoetry in May.

So it's a good thing that I also gave you an 'Unseen Verse' post!

I hope you like this month's output - reduced though it is - quality, not quantity, after all!







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15th May



heart wood pic


She broke his heart
Didn't want to give hers
To a spirit such as he.
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You & she
Weren't meant to be.
Your forests aren't like hers.




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22nd May

What's Right
Is so often
Wrong,
And we're what's Left.




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10 comments:

  1. 22nd of May blew my mind!! That's some stuff my English teacher would be proud of right there!

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  2. "Your forests aren't like hers" LOVE LOVE LOVE

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  3. Quality is of the most importance, yes ;) Also, I love the right and left one. A clever play on the words, and meaningful too ;)

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  4. Both dates are really good. You'll have to try and fit in more in June!

    #RVHT

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    1. I know, I'm clearly slacking! Lol. ;)

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