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.
— Jennifer Jay (@AFadedGinger) February 26, 2015
Unpublished poet starts counting Microsoft Word as a publication.
— News for Poets (@PoBizNews) February 17, 2015
— Demi Newell (@DemiNewell) February 24, 2015
— Ishani (@musicmoonlove) February 18, 2015
Disillusioned — my shopping cart suddenly full of fairy tale books #micropoetry
— Susie (@SusieAreYouOK) February 18, 2015
Slivers of purple moons fall carelessly beyond the pale.
— haikueveryday (@haikueveryday) February 25, 2015
— Sondra (@SondraJByrnes) February 24, 2015
I am a prism just a spectacle of words waiting for the light
— The Imagined Jay (@theimaginedjay) December 11, 2014
— Out of the Blue (@BlueHaiku2) February 26, 2015
— Susie (@SusieAreYouOK) February 20, 2015
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