Some Really Short Poems.

A Breakfast Mourn.

Raise my toast
to love once spread
now melted to oblivion
across her wry face.


Unclaimed Treasure.

Somewhere she waits

in quiet elegance,


a carbon copy

of my dreams,

the perfect

diamond in

the rough

of my life.


Just A Glance.

Spring hadn't yet
when her
blue eyes
melted my
wintering soul.


Sun Of A Beach Is Gone.

Clouds ballooning,

floating outward

dot the heavens,

blotting my sun.




Sorrow's Impact.

Sapphire eyes

water ballooned

as paler blues
leaked below.


From The Quaking Moge Pit.

How macabre
as the earth
played out its
rocking Rhicter scale,
while graveyards
of dead,
danced horizontally
in thier boxes.




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Comments 5 comments

daisy storm 6 years ago

I like your poems...short but sweet. Especially, the second one! Hope to read more like it in the future. :)

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Putz Ballard 6 years ago

Short sweet and to the point, keep on hubbing.

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Moulik Mistry 6 years ago from Burdwan, West Bengal, India

Just like haikus, deep and well meaning...

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pbwriterchick 6 years ago

These are great! The last one is really cool...!!!

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ladyjane1 6 years ago from Texas

Spring hadn't yet

when her


blue eyes

melted my

wintering soul.

My favorite part!

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