Wednesday, 15 January 2020

Micropoetry - December 2019



I wrote two pieces of Micropoetry in December.

They're quite different, but I actually quite like them!


As always, for those using screen-readers, the poetry can be found in the alt-text with / marks showing line breaks.





9th Dec  //  The words at the back  / of my mind /  Whisper /  'I wish  / you could love me.'  //   I wish I knew  / Who I was talking to.
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13th Dec //   I walked along the harbour's edge / In the middle of a winter's storm  / People watched me, hunched in corners,  / I don't know what they thought   //  Likely, they never guessed the truth -  / We played this game, the storm and I,  / as friends and as enemies: Every step I took /  My victory




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4 comments:

  1. Awesome work, Cee! I love the second one :D

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  2. I especially like the first one :) That second stanza tells a whole story in and of itself even if it is a micropoem.

    Olivia-S @ Olivia's Catastrophe

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    1. Thanks so much! I feel like they're both v. different poems, so I was honestly curious as to which people would prefer! <3

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