Category Archives: Poesy

Poesy noun: archaic literary: poetry.

Kintsukuroi – Micropoetry

Originally posted on A Fullness in Brevity – Adam Byatt:
In my brokenness I am made beautiful You collected the broken pieces Sealed fleshly wounds With golden scars I wear as triumph ? This poem was inspired by the Japanese…

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Great prose by Blogger locust battalion “The only thing that’s proved consistent in our story through now is the way that you act”. Free Trial Offer.

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Yom Hazikaron: Memorial Day

The Young Dead Soldiers Do Not Speak by Archibald MacLeish The young dead soldiers do not speak. Nevertheless, they are heard in the still houses: who has not heard them? They have a silence that speaks for them at night … Continue reading

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Daily Prompt: Brilliant Disguise

Great Poem “Brilliant Disguise” by Blogger The Road Less Travelled By One by one you tore up your masks, But I’ll leave you with just one compliment That was a brilliant disguise. Daily Prompt: Brilliant Disguise.

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Scatter Poem

A great poem on Compartmentalization by Blogger ‘A Sign of Life’ “When  I force every demon into a box in my head and place it high on a shelf where it will never see the light of my consciousness. It … Continue reading

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