Twitter poetry 2021: Week 2

My blogger-poet-friend Ingrid inspired me to create a Twitter account and start writing #APoemADay, which I began on January 1, 2021.

Below is my second week of Twitter poems:

Shabbat Shalom from Jerusalem,

38 thoughts on “Twitter poetry 2021: Week 2”

  1. In the good ole days before the pandemic era, I used to write a poem a day incorporating at least three daily prompts!🀭
    Now I feel good if I write weekly! πŸ˜…
    Keep writing, David. Some very profound thoughts in your twitter poetry. ❀️

    1. I struggle with just the d’Verse prompts – any more than that is too much for me, let alone including more than one prompt per poem! I don’t know how you and others do it! Thanks, Punam!

      (BTW, how did pandemic era affect your blogging?)


      1. You are welcome, David. I am intimidated by the calibre of poets who write for d’Verse prompts, so I content myself with reading their poems!

        Writing daily was not a problem. But with both the kids and hubby at home 24/7, I found I didn’t have enough time to read and write. So had to cut down my blogging.
        I did write about it in my previous poem.

          1. Hey Ben, thanks for liking today but that link was broken too so I took it down. Did you get to see my Heaven Meets Hell Post? I wrote on Friday but it says 2 days ago. Totally foulded it up.

              1. Oh I usually do… sorry about that.. Oh good.. I soooo much apprecaite that! He’s a numbers guy and it was fun to do so I’d like to do more. He gets like 600 likes in a week. Brings out a different side of my writing πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™soooo much. I’ll go see. ❀️

  2. I am really enjoying your micro-poetry and am honoured that you are taking part in my challenge! I feel like there’s so much chatter on Twitter that sometimes the poems fall on deaf ears, but imagine how much poetry we will have produced by the end of the year!

      1. Yes, I once tried to spread poetry around Facebook but that went down like a lead balloon. Instagram is not much better but on Twitter there is space for a poetic arena!

  3. I used to blog daily – did it for over 5 years. Then I started taking the weekends off. That lasted another 7 years. When I switched blogging sites to WP I decided M-W-F was sufficient. Enjoy the daily poetry but don’t feel any guilt for posting less… My mother was always big on quality over quantity. (though all these are good!)

    1. Thank you so much, Molly… it’s a totally new concept and genre for me. I’ll be very curious to look back when the year is over and read all of them – one-after-the-other!

      Shabbat shalom,

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