My blogger-poet-friend Ingrid inspired me to create a Twitter account and start writing #APoemADay, which I began on January 1, 2021.
I’ve been finding that I am more able to express uncomfortable feelings in this micropoetry format. However, on the downside, sometimes I feel that I have to write micropoems because I’ve committed myself to writing them daily, and I ended up feeling that I’m doing nothing more than throwing words together for the sake of publishing them.
Below is my 4th week of Twitter poems:
Shabbat Shalom from Jerusalem,
39 thoughts on “Twitter poetry 2021: Week 4”
My pleasure friend. I struggle with Twitter so much. I tried to post this morning and ended up doing it twice because I didn’t think it took the first time. I have used computers all my life so I don’t know why but it frustrates me to the point I don’t want to write. Plus I just can’t keep up with more than one platform and do it justice. Your poems were all very good. Have a blessed day David. xoxoxo
Twitter is entirely new to me – I’ve avoided it entirely until now because of Ingrid’s poetry challenge 🙂
Perhaps you will be come a master at using this venue. I just keep messing things up. Two of my biggest flaws are my impatience and stubbornness. Neither of which I am proud of. I continue to work on these but I still have much work to do. I loved your post on your religious beliefs. I think you described your feelings and beliefs very well. I bet that high school teacher is honored you remember him as making a difference. Sending love to you my friend. Joni
These are all very good my friend. I got a giggle out of the last one. Shabbat Shalom, David
Sending love and hugs, Joni
Thanks so much, Joni 😁