Haiku – Education/Wisdom

A wonderful and beautiful Haiku by Hélène Vaillant at Willow Poetry. ☺❤

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Written for: Ramblings of a Writer prompt:

#Weekly Tanka Prompt #Poetry Challenge – Week 118 – Education & Wisdom

Here is the Link…

https://ramblingsofawriter2016.com/2018/10/17/octpowrimo-day-17-weekly-tanka-prompt-poetry-challenge-week-118-education-wisdom/

Haiku

innocent young hearts
letters, books, education
wisdom is within

Hélène Vaillant©

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The Yearning – A Poem By Walt Page, The Tennessee Poet

I yearn to walk through a Scottish glen Hand in hand with my wife Susan Enjoying the beauty of the Highlands The lands of my ancestors I yearn to hear the pipes Echoing through the hills and valley Playing the songs of my mother's father While fair red haired lassies dance their dance I yearn... Continue Reading →

OPEN: Comment-a-Haiku Poetry Contest!

Get ready for Brian Geiger and Vita Brevis‘ third comment-a-haiku poetry contest! Join the fun now thru Sunday night, 10/21!

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Get ready for Vita Brevis‘ third comment-a-haiku poetry contest! Here’s what you need to know:

  1. Submit one or two 5-7-5 haiku as a comment on this post (give them titles!) — all topics are welcome
  2. Reblog this post on your blog or write a post announcing that you’ve entered the competition, linking back here
  3. Give good feedback on other poets’ work! [This is what it’s really about–you’ll be receiving good feedback, so try to give it to others as well]

RewardHonestly, this is less about “winning” and more about meeting and communicating with other poets. But I will choose some honorable mentions, and I’ll officially publish the winning haiku on Vita Brevis (with a link to the poet’s blog). Not a bad deal!

When: Starting right now (10/18), ending Sunday night (10/21)

Results: I get a lot of comments on these–give me a few…

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His Final Moments – A Poem by Walt Page, The Tennessee Poet

In his dream he is standing At the cemetery gates Wondering what it will be like When his remains are brought here Will anyone come When his life is done? When he reaches his final moments What good will he have done? Will it be the love he's given? The poems he has written? The... Continue Reading →

Out Among The Frozen Pines – A Poem by Walt Page, The Tennessee Poet

He can hear her in the wind Out among the frozen pines He is alone, riding the wind Along with his lonesome dreams Until the night greets the sun He drifts along this gathering of the vibes Listening... watching... waiting... For what he knows not In his darkness He says good bye to who he... Continue Reading →

More Approachable Poetry Magazines

More Approachable Poetry Magazines from our friend Brian Geiger, Editor of Vita Brevis, The Modern Poetry Magazine!

Vita Brevis

See the whole index here.

Seeing that most mainstream publications have a (much) lower acceptance rate than Ivy League colleges, I’ve been compiling an index of approachable poetry magazines to give emerging poets a chance at getting their work out in the world.

Every week, Vita Brevis adds more entries to the ever-growing index of approachable poetry magazines. You should check it out — It’s well worth a bookmark! If you enjoy these posts, you might enjoy some articles I’ve written, too.

*UPDATE: I’ve added some helpful notes on almost every publication on the index such as “WordPress Powerhouse”, “Post-Modern”, “Traditional”, “Pays Poets”, “Niche” etc. This should help you navigate the growing list!

Here’s what I found this week:


A List of Approachable Poetry Magazines:

Mused

Acceptance Rate: 50-60%
+ Professional
Character (published on each solstice and equinox)
Guidelines: Click Here


Down in the Dirt

Acceptance Rate:…

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