MY CRAPPY POETRY

My Crappy Poetry 2013

I periodically post crappy poetry, mostly haiku because they have structure.

And they’re short.

*DISCLAIMER*

I am not a poet. If I write poetry, it’s because I’m bored. Enjoy.

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The following are entries done 2012-13

June 2012

After the Rain

They’re Here

Uneven Trade

Damn the Man

Partner in Crime

July 2012

Summer Woe

Heebie-Jeebies

Never Ending

August 2012

A Writer’s Pledge

My V Rights

It Comes

September 2012

Road Rage

Mouths of Babes

A Request

‘Tis the Season

October 2012

To Bubby

Letter of Confession

Nature’s Barriers

November 2012

Seussaphantalopolis

The Boy

December 2012

Tease

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February 2013

Such is Life

March 2013

Unbreakable Bond

April 2013

As One

Turf War

June 2013

Late-Night Snack

Mother’s Instinct

July 2013

Give Me Strength

August 2013

Sheep’s Clothing

Mother of the Year

September 2013

False Alarm

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7 Comments

  1. You make me grin with your direct and casual words about poetry. I don’t think it’s crappy at all, but it makes me chuckle that you refer to it that way. I always look forward to your posts. Well done, girlie. Take good care. xoJulia

    Reply
    • Thanks so much, Julia. 🙂 I’ve been kind of slacking in the poetry department lately – too much other stuff going on. Maybe when all this snow finally melts, I’ll be more inspired. 😉
      Take care, hun! xoxo

      Reply
  2. Do I sense a tongue in cheek repartee here? Or is there a deeper message?

    Shakti

    Reply
    • 🙂 It’s a bit of a cheap shot at all the teachers I had who scrutinized my poetry so much I stopped writing any. I had to learn to write it for myself and not worry about meeting their so-called criteria of what makes a “good” poem.

      Reply
  3. toad (chris jensen)

     /  July 3, 2013

    I never seen three lines of poetry, seems very intriguing would like to look back several times to get some idea on how to write these three line poetry or you helpout with another link to simular styles…

    Reply
    • They’re haiku – short Japanese poems consisting of 3 lines, totaling 17 syllables – 5 for the first line, 7 for the second, and 5 for the third. They are other basic rules, which I’m sure some of mine don’t follow.

      There is a Wikipedia page on it -> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haiku

      Thank you for commenting and sharing my work! 🙂

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  4. toad (chris jensen)

     /  July 4, 2013

    Thanks for the link….

    Reply

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