Two for the Price of One

Just a quick hello!

I was feeling a bit rough yesterday so I give you two short poems: one about opal, the other about the unnoticed leaf.

The first one, “October Opal,” grew out of a prompt to write an acrostic haiku from Mindlovemisery.

October opal
Layered in basil and lies
Deflects your evil eyes

Nice and happy, wasn’t it? πŸ˜€ The second poem, “Maple Leaf,” was inspired by a poem written by Bronislaw Maj called “A Leaf.” I took the poem and ran it through Language is a Virus poetry generator:

The last maple leaf
of October

Not admired
Fades transparent

Spinning forever

Photo: “Dia de los Muertos” by bang


13 thoughts on “Two for the Price of One

  1. such strong feeling found in these short gems

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  2. Something simple is just as powerful. πŸ™‚

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  3. I liked both of your poems. Interesting about the poetry generator, I’d never heard of it before. Oh, Dia de los Muertos is a favorite of mine! πŸ™‚

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    1. Language is a Virus is an awesome resource πŸ˜€ As far as los Muertos, I have been fascinated with the culture surrounding those who have left this life


      1. Oh yes, I love all the artwork that is created for the celebration. It is a wonderful tradition to honor those friends and family that have passed on. …Have you tried Poetweet? If you use Twitter, this site will grab some of your tweets and make a poem. It is strange, but fun to see how it turns out.

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      2. Thank you for the suggestion! I will check it out πŸ˜€

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  4. I’ve never heard of that poetry generator. That’s cool. I’m gonna have to play with it sometime.

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  5. Beautiful verses … hope you’re feeling better soon!

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    1. Thank you πŸ˜€ I am feeling much better today

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      1. I’m so happy about that πŸ™‚ hugs!

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