Poetry Partners #174 A poem on love by Jaideep Khanduja of 'Pebble's Galaxy' Love is a fire that burns within, A flame that flickers, a never-ending win. It lifts you up when you're feeling low, And helps you grow and let go. It's patient, kind, and full of grace, A love that always finds its… Continue reading Over heels, or: On the rocks
Whipped, or: Left lying
A sijo I spattered my armchair with ink, one of countless thoughtless actions; Older now, I'm more mindful, still nursing regrets from my youth; For ink, I whipped a pen around, cap left lying on my desk. Sijo? A Korean verse form related to haiku and tanka and comprised of three lines of 14-16 syllables each, for a total… Continue reading Whipped, or: Left lying
Inadvertently, or: All so innocent
A sijo unwittingly fascinating endless stories each teasing my mind flirtatiously quite inadvertently, of course learned to always keep my guard up though it's all so innocent 'Ronovan Writes' poetry challenge Sijo Wednesday #3 Ronovan encourages poets to write sijos that include the word 'guard' today. Sijo? A Korean verse form related to haiku and tanka and comprised of… Continue reading Inadvertently, or: All so innocent
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