Month: December 2018

Christmas Cacophony

How many memories begin with Cicadas, Or dancing Santa’s deflating to bend double, Kissing dirt whilst reindeers staunchly idle, And lawn mowers hit gum nuts that crackle, And the grass smells fresh […]

Whether

Like mildew on leather I was musty with trust That antecedent Precursive verse – Of the unknown: We laughed, I was laughing Weathering busty stances A rocking horse A silhouette The shadows […]

elancharan gunasekaran

a repository of experimental haiku & poetry

Short Prose

Poetry and Short Prose by Gabriela Marie Milton 2019 Author of the Year at Spillwords Press and Author of Passions: Love Poems and Other Writings

Fevers of the Mind

Writing, Poetry, Short Stories, Reviews, Art Contests

yaskhan

Poetry

#ThisIsMyPoetryBlog

poems and ruminations written in homespun plain language that everybody can understand.

Pointless Overthinking

Understanding ourselves and the world we live in.

Elephant Under the Bus

"Be obscure clearly." - E B White

GRACEFIFTEENTEN

Unleashing the beauty of creativity

Family In the 2020s

Cool Family Ideas

Lucy's Works and Co

A Little Writing Workshop of Horrors.

Copious Morsels of Everything

Sharing tidbits of my world

Pick Me Up Poetry

Music | Literature | People.

tinythoughtspoetry

Aspiring to be the best at writing. Poetry lover, haiku and free verse to be precise, I hope to one day master

RENEE VERONA

- Verse Seventeen -