Letrilla: Call Me

She whispered in my earand struck my heart with fear She squeezed my butt firmlyand I froze in alarmI managed to stay calmuntil her hands roamed free She winked and said call memy cousins thoughts were clear She whispered in my earand struck my heart with fear The Letrilla is a short strophic form from … Continue reading Letrilla: Call Me

A Seed and an Anthem

Seed The seed must beWatering does notWhat we feed takes rootWhat we neglect will rot Acrostic: Hate Hostility through misunderstandingAccelerates unnecessary conflictThoughtless anger feeds fearEndangering peace Anthem: Fuck the World Don't let it lingerSalute them with the middle fingerLet your flag flyAnd raise that finger to the skyIt's good for your healthTo tell the world … Continue reading A Seed and an Anthem

Snam suad: A Plea

Vaccine's herefight the fearspawned the firstendemicplease do sendprovide, spendease or endpandemic The snam suad is an eight-line Irish poem and/or stanza. Here are basic guidelines: all lines have 3 syllables with the following rhyme pattern: aabcdddclines four and eight are 3-syllable words, all other lines end in monosyllabic wordslines two and three share consonancelines three … Continue reading Snam suad: A Plea

Future Visions

The sun shinesbrightthen burns Without glassesdark spotsbecome spiders The horizonslipsout of grasp My searching handsfindnothing The miragecreatedfrom fear Future visionsfleeat the sight of me Weekly Theme: New Year