A whole four weeks of micro-poetry have flown by here at EIF! Once again, I have stuck mainly to the Tanka format for this week’s Tweets. I may try some other forms or free verse next week. I am really enjoying the stunning contributions from other Twitter poets, and two who definitely deserve a mention this week are:
Both runners-up in this week’s EIF Poetry Challenge!
Here’s my round-up for the week:
I still prefer writing longer poetry but I am finding this challenge interesting…I hope you are too! Remember you can join in any time by posting a poem in a single Tweet and tagging me @Experimentsinfc.
You have been busy, and a bit of French thrown in as well!
😂😂 ‘Ou est la plume de ma tante?’ was the first French phrase we learned in school. It came in unimaginably handy during our ten years in France!🙂
It’s amazing what they teach us in school!
Your beautiful words on dancing wove into my heart! I love to dance in the flesh but with words it is better than anything my body can do. What a lovely way you have expressed that!
Thanks plenty for the mention too. New forms of poetry easily become addictive!
You are a gentle and fierce poet who sets a runner’s pace!
What kind words! Thank you, Michele!
Day 28 is aces x
Thanks Nick 😊
dancing with words…you do! (K)
Thank you, Kerfe 😊