Twitter poetry 2021: Week 13

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

This week, with my six-year-old daughter at home every day during the Passover holiday, I had less time alone with my thoughts ~ there were things on my mind that I wanted to write poems about, which I did not get to. Still, I managed to stick to my commitment! (She’ll be returning to preschool on Tuesday of next week…)

Anyway, below is my 13th week of Twitter poems:

Shabbat Shalom & Happy [end of] Passover from Jerusalem,
David

21 thoughts on “Twitter poetry 2021: Week 13”

  1. You still managed to spin out those beautiful poems, your consistency is inspiring, and something I have been so bad at!
    Less time for the creative thoughts, but more time with the little one, a good bargain for sure David 🙂 they grow up so fast!

    1. That’s so interesting, Kerfe. Could you say a bit more about how you mean that? You were referring to this one, right?

      EPIGRAPH:
      The enemy of art is the absence of limitations.
      – Orson Welles (1915-85)

      Deceptive freedom
      Everywhere | boundaries
      Awareness sets free

    1. That’s very kind, Secrets. Thank you 🙂

      I actually struggle a lot with my haikus – I want them to actually mean something and not just be pretentious. This year, I wrote a few different ones during Passover; and I was generally pleased with them, surprisingly to me.

      All best,
      David

      1. I understand completely David… I feel the same about my Haiku 😅 Yet I push on, hoping that I will improve each time. Glad to hear you were inspired during Passover.

    1. Dr. Deb,

      I don’t quite understand… the idea sounds intriguing (and I’m honored that you would suggest such a thing), but what would you want to know? I’m just one of millions of poetry bloggers, and I’m very new to all of this (I’ve only been writing poetry for less than a year).

      I mean – if you have any questions for me, I would be more than happy to answer them – I’m a very open person.

      Yours,
      David

  2. I know that feeling of frustration wanting to write but not having the quiet time. Enjoy the time with your daughter 😊

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