|from my high school art and literary magazine, 1972|
Heavy influenced by Kenneth Patchen
And perhaps some of you are experiencing peri/menopausal emotions that might be nicely tamed in a poem. (Thanks, hormones). (I know a poem won't subdue the beast within, but it may help channel the energy in a creative way).
My response comment to Kelly got me thinking.
I like writing haiku at times. I was going to do a whole series “Haiku to My Closet” about favorite garments, which hasn’t progressed very far, but never too late to take it up again!
A recent poetry moment was in the final session of a year-long mending workshop: we were asked to sum up our activities as a short haiku-like poem since our prior meeting. It was a fun challenge!
So I introduce myself as a haiku:
Anne M Bray, artist.Let's have a Haiku Linkup!
Serene road trip art, wild style,
Body as canvas.
It could be a haiku to something in your closet:
Anything goes, as long as your link has a poem in Haiku format:
A Haiku is a Japanese short poem made up of 3 phrases with 17 syllables in it divided into 5, 7, 5.
This Link Party will stay open until 01/01/2020
Linking this up with
Shelbee's Spread the Kindness