Ever been in love with someone that doesn’t know it? Maybe you have, maybe you haven’t. Maybe this poem means nothing to you.
But if you have, this poem may mean everything and more.
The Japanese Haiku’s 5/7/5 syllable structure is a source of great enjoyment and wonder for me.
I don’t know why I write Haiku’s in groups of three. I just do.
This has been a big week for me. I’ve written a number of poems (some I like, some I don’t) that have been well received. Here’s another.
This poem is a true story.
If you’re feeling, or thinking, this way – choose life.
Another poem. So much for me saying I don’t write poetry. It’s almost all I’ve done this week. I think I’ve got a bit of a knack for it.
This came to me this morning. I love Haiku – it’s simple 5/7/5-syllable structure is challenging, but allows one to speak volumes with its brevity.
As a person who suffers from long term depression, I thought it only right that I write a poem about it.
Well, I’m on fire this week. Here’s another poem I composed.
As with all my poems, it’s deeply personal. But hopefully it speaks to all.
Some haikus I wrote – Japanese poems based on a 5/7/5 syllable structure. Like I said, I’m in a poem-writing mood.
Another poem I wrote. I guess I’m in a poem writing mood, at the moment.
I don’t normally write poetry. But I woke up early, as I always do, thinking about what to put in my blog, and this came to me.