Erratic Words

A haiku for poetry

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Immediate feelings

A splash of erratic words

Spawns poetry, stirs soul.

When you pour feelings into random words — words that can pay these feelings forward, you are a poet. And sometimes, it’s better to read one-minute poetry than a ten-minute long article.

Why?

Because those random words can bring out feelings that a long story sometimes can’t.

I shared this to show all poets the outgrowth of their beautiful words. At heart, we all are poets. As we believe in beauty, love, feelings. And so each word penned by you stirs souls by awakening feelings.

Thank you all the poets of this home-like publication. I am stirred by your words, too.

Thanks for reading!

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A nyctophile, truth-seeker gravitating towards human nature| Writing is my way of unlearning the patterns.

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