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Micropoetry is a short poetry form, which requires less than 160 characters, including all punctuation and spaces. It is challenging to convey an emotion, or an entire short story, in that small space. It is similar to a photo snapshot or a moment in time. Micropoetry is quick, gets to the point, and does not take a huge chunk of time to enjoy. It is a small bite to savor. Micropoetry is a short poetry form, which requires less than 160 characters, including all punctuation and spaces. It is challenging to convey an emotion, or an entire short story, in that small space. It is similar to a photo snapshot or a moment in time. Micropoetry is quick, gets to the point, and does not take a huge chunk of time to enjoy. It is a small bite to savor. It deserves to be recognized as a subcategory of poetry, and should be celebrated for its own nuances and quirks. This printing contains both Volume 1 and Volume 2 of my works, and contains micropoerty and longer selections. Hope you enjoy reading it, as much as I enjoy writing it!


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Micropoetry is a short poetry form, which requires less than 160 characters, including all punctuation and spaces. It is challenging to convey an emotion, or an entire short story, in that small space. It is similar to a photo snapshot or a moment in time. Micropoetry is quick, gets to the point, and does not take a huge chunk of time to enjoy. It is a small bite to savor. Micropoetry is a short poetry form, which requires less than 160 characters, including all punctuation and spaces. It is challenging to convey an emotion, or an entire short story, in that small space. It is similar to a photo snapshot or a moment in time. Micropoetry is quick, gets to the point, and does not take a huge chunk of time to enjoy. It is a small bite to savor. It deserves to be recognized as a subcategory of poetry, and should be celebrated for its own nuances and quirks. This printing contains both Volume 1 and Volume 2 of my works, and contains micropoerty and longer selections. Hope you enjoy reading it, as much as I enjoy writing it!

31 review for Mad Housekeeping: Poems from the Edge: A Journey in Poetry and Micropoetry, Volume 2

  1. 5 out of 5

    Alli

    I won this book in a Goodreads giveaway. I had never heard of micropoetry before this collection, so this was my first experience reading this type of poetry. I really enjoyed the whole collection of poems, some of my favorites are “Liquid Beauty”, “Apathetic Day”, “Just Rewards”, “Out Beyond the Stars”, and “Layers”. I also liked the way the poems where split into sections by size going from the micro poems to the longer ones. Thank you to the author for sending this collection to me, I like th I won this book in a Goodreads giveaway. I had never heard of micropoetry before this collection, so this was my first experience reading this type of poetry. I really enjoyed the whole collection of poems, some of my favorites are “Liquid Beauty”, “Apathetic Day”, “Just Rewards”, “Out Beyond the Stars”, and “Layers”. I also liked the way the poems where split into sections by size going from the micro poems to the longer ones. Thank you to the author for sending this collection to me, I like the cute fabric bag it came in.

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