We spend a lot of time on Twitter. (We’re Tweetspeak Poetry, after all.) In fact, we figure we read thousands of tweets every month. One of the things poetry and Twitter have in common (when done well) is an economy of words. When we see good Twitter poems, we stop and take notice.
Haiku 1/13/15 Like stars winking out Voices of those who’ve loved us Tell me their stories #dailyhaiku
— Erin Hollowell (@BeingPoetry) January 14, 2015
— Demi Newell (@DemiNewell) January 13, 2015
— polona (@cirrusdream) December 17, 2014
deep blue the air is filled with the scent of sleet and fallen stars — Kathleen (@everettpoetry) January 11, 2015
— Brendan Bonsack (@BrendanBonsack) February 3, 2015
drifts of dry grasses wave across the winter field shushing the wind as it passes — Kathleen (@everettpoetry) February 4, 2015
is this our winter the time between suns and a broken clock
— Eusebeia Philos (@Eusebeia_Philos) January 28, 2015
Photo by Geraint Rowland, Creative Commons via Flickr.
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