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I Write Her Weekly Haiku Challenge #6

Originally posted on I Write Her:
Susi Bocks Welcome back to my weekly challenge. It’s time to get your creative juices on again! So tell me, how would you interpret this image above? Rules   Create a standard three line, 5/7/5 syllable count haiku Deadline for each submission will be on the Saturday of this week…


Originally posted on I Write Her:
where once was substance a hollow shell in its place love bounces off not even a response anymore kindness is foreign after the tragedy of betrayal this voluminous space of emptiness is home now Inspired by BrewNSpew Cafe – 2/4/19 – Empty ?

Empty Pockets #Challenge #Poetry

Originally posted on Poems for Warriors:
There’s a hole in my pocket No matter what I place inside it I reach in and find it Empty © 2019 Jason A. Muckley This poem is a response to the prompt to use the word “Empty” in a poem from BrewNCafe. The prompt can be found here.


Originally posted on michnavs:
Empty- poem Strained and bruised Pained and bothered Fell in darkness Consumed in the abyss Exploding in a minute Warning without limit Empty heart Broken apart Estoy Dolido, mi amor. ? Written for: BrewNSpew Cafe, where writers meet Word/expression of the week – empty – (adjective) – containing nothing; not filled…