Micropoetry Month: Nov 2017: #16

Micropoetry MonthSeems like a Shadorma kind of morning! If you’re new to the form, it is a six line poem following the 3/5/3/3/7/5 syllable count.
Give it a shot or share any micropoem using comments or Mister Linky.

 

(1)

evening train
for a little while
it was us
and the sun
and our words briefly touching
through the dark tunnels

(2)

in his bag
buried in a book
about birds
and fairies
a bent origami crane
that would never fly

 

62 thoughts on “Micropoetry Month: Nov 2017: #16

  1. Both equally wonderful, Rajani , I particularly loved:
    ‘…our words briefly touching
    through the dark tunnels’
    and
    ‘a bent origami crane
    that would never fly’.

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  2. love these! Looked up shadorma as I didn’t know what it was. Interesting poetic form. Wiki didn’t have much info on it except that it originated in Spain. thanks for the intro.

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