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Micro-Poetry Emotions

Feelings collide with words in Micro-Poetry Emotions

You might enjoy micro-poetry emotions. One of the poetry’s amazing abilities is that in the words, one can exchange feelings from one person to another—between poet and reader, alive at one moment, or could be 10, 20, 30 years of age, across many languages and cultures of the world.

In addition, a poem can convey our most powerful emotions, which the poet writes about so passionately in lines, painful moments, happy moments—those hold mystery—filled with sunlight in one essence, rain in another, and then, maybe, filled with words that come from a person who is silent in suffering. Micro-poetry emotions and digital art piece of example.

Micro-Poetry Emotions

Although the rain

falls abundantly here,

sunlight also leaks 

through the open windows

of this dilapidated apartment.

©Linda J. Wolff, and “Micro-Poetry Emotion.”

What is a Free Verse Poem? Typically, free verse is patterned by speech rather than a meter. Further, this form of poetry is very open to the author’s discretion and usually does not rhyme. Such as, visual and sound effects are often employed.  It can have as many lines as the writer wishes.

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Poetry: She’s Holding His Heart

This poetry is formed from a longer cycle following the imagined voice of those who try to understand love and the delicacies of a relationship.

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Marilyn Monroe couldn’t say it any better. We, as individuals are so unique in our skin. Each bringing our imperfections and perfections to a relationship. Granted with those intricacies, there will be the difference of opinions between the man and the woman. In her quote below, Marilyn displays a stance of total self-confidence. This can build a wall. Because of this, each partner in the relationship should be confident to be able to respond in a loving, and understanding way. Long-term relationships are formed of this form of communication.

 “I’m selfish, impatient and a little insecure. I make mistakes, I am out of control and at times hard to handle. But if you can’t handle me at my worst, then you sure as hell don’t deserve me at my best.”
― Marilyn Monroe

Love is such a challenging emotion. I’ve learned communication is the key to the longevity of my relationship. To have the ability to agree or disagree without becoming uncivil. To be able to resolve problems together quietly. In this free verse poetry and digital art piece written about resolution and forgiving.

Free Verse Poetry: She’s Holding His Heart

My heartbeats fade; hiding behind a glass wall.
I said I wouldn’t do it again: not one tear.
I am cold. I am warm.
My blurry reflection eyes, of me
Like sprinkling raindrops, the profile of the moon,
breaking through gray.
I turn this direction—warmth dissipates; I’m hurting.
I turn that way—I’m inside your arms once again,
depending on when you have time to spare.
I walk through the parking lot, of dimly lit high street lamps.

Headlights flash, I jump aside.
Windows roll down, voices yell into the night.
Pounding feet behind me, warm arms reach.
A masculine man stands before me;
The baby blue eyes look through to mine. I’m a window.
He lost his heart inside warmth. In the glass wall
a woman’s trying to forgive words;
No, she’s holding his heart.

©Linda J. Wolff 2017
|She’s Holding His Heart|

What is a Free Verse Poetry?  This type of poetry is open to the poet’s  imagination and usually does not have a rhyming scheme.  Also, the number of lines one can write is unlimited. Besides, it is not of a structured or meter pattern and can be used in poetry slam with visual and vocal effects.

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