We love to see your short poems on Twitter. This month we asked for Twitter poems on a few of our recent titles (including the brand new collection of love poems by L.L. Barkat, Love Etc.) along with #MOMApoems as part of the Museum of Modern Art’s #art140 campaign.
We’re featuring ten of your poems today. Want to see your Twitter poems featured? Just tweet us your poem on one of the following topics, and include both @tspoetryand the hashtag so we can find your poem. Once a month, we’ll tweet ten of our favorites.
— The Well-Versed Mom (@WellVersedMom) February 26, 2014
@glynn_poet, “Poetry @ Work” Re: resume chapter: face shaved, hair greased back shirt tucked into pleated slacks – too slick for this job
— Simply Darlene (@SimplyDarWrites) March 3, 2014
Photo by Wolfraven, Creative Commons license via Flickr.
Read a poem a day, become a better poet. In March, we’re exploring the theme The Ode.
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