Twitter poetry 2021: Week 8

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

To make this challenge easier for myself, I have recently taken to using some of the poems that I share here on my blog on my Twitter account, and I’ve also taken to writing more haikus, which are short. To be honest, I somewhat feel that I am hitting my stride with this daily challenge, and I am enjoying haikus more than I would have expected 😊

Below is my 8th week of Twitter poems:

Shabbat Shalom from Jerusalem,
David

24 thoughts on “Twitter poetry 2021: Week 8”

    1. Candice –

      That’s very sweet of you. In general, I’m very appreciative of this daily challenge that Ingrid and I have set for ourselves ~ it really forces my juices to get flowing 😀

      Sincerely,
      David

      1. And I’m appreciative of you posting your journey with it. It has inspired me to commit to writing something new everyday. I can only imagine the growth I’ll encounter!

  1. Lovely poems David and so impressed you are posting and staying up with it all! I so love the you creating these poems for your daughter.
    I don’t see photos?
    Shabbat shalom to you!💖

  2. These are all good, but I especially loved the last one. I have been feeling much the same as that poem lately. :)) 😆🎉🙌

      1. I haven’t been around much it’s true. I have three online courses on the go! And still behind on homework. ;)) But I really am enjoying them. Thank you so much for the sweet reply! 💕

  3. Nice poems David 💖 with some catchy photographs too. Putting children to sleep is quite a job, but they grow up so fast and then we miss those days. You are building memories in those poems.

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