Paper Poetry
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Paper Poetry

Dodoitsu | Twittle | Monoku | Haiku | Tanka | Naani | Rondelet

Tender Heart of Motherhood

Celebrating Mother’s Day with micropoetry

A black and white image of a dark-haired woman in a white singlet top leaning over to kiss the forehead of a sleeping baby cradled in her arms.
Image by Omar Medina Films from Pixabay

We all had a mother, mother is our earth.
Ubuntu: I am because you are.

In his astutely powerful poem, Birth, James G Brennan reminds us of our common origin and how we are all connected…




We are living in the digital world, covered in the autonomous aspects & tracked motions of life. Yet, somehow we are losing some critical elements. Keyboards, touchpads, & speech-to-text are there, but we believe that handwritten words on paper is still meaningful to some poets.

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Carolyn Hastings

Carolyn Hastings

Well-practiced speech pathologist now practicing to be a children’s book writer — emphasis on practicing.

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