Micropoetry Month: Nov 2017: #23

Micropoetry MonthI tried the Naani form in the first week of Micropoetry Month. It is a four line poem that has 20-25 syllables. The first two lines provide the subject that the next two bring to an interesting close.

Thought we’d give it another shot as we make our way into the last week of November. Share your micropoem using comments or Mister Linky and do stop to read poems shared by fellow bloggers.

(1)

He once raged against
the colonial sahibs-
I eulogize grandpa
in the Queen’s English.

(2)

When all your questions
have the same answer,
you’ll find all your answers
came from a single question.

(3)

Love finds its
own direction somehow,
even the river cannot swim
back to the mountain.

 

 

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