Poems about Short

Good things, when short, are twice as good. This saying also applies to poetry, of course! These poems are short and to the point, but not less inspiring because of their minuscule size. Click here to sign up and read more about Short.

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stadarooni
stadarooni Commaful Star Empathy is the human superpower.

Perchance to Dream

A collaboration of forty-six on dreams both dreary and delightful! Enjoy!

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nefarious
nefarious Gifted Writer nobody said living was easy

love [on a budget]

because some of us can't afford a broken heart

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sy
sy Commaful Star Hgnf Dobble Bla!

Running Away.


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fwinterroses
fwinterroses Gifted Writer raging bisexual | ig: @fallingwinterrose

the pencil dance

the pencils/twirling curling/pirouettes it does/on the pages/of endless words/of endless thoughts / thought i'd share this... it's a kind of old poem that has been published on my fictionpress account...

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mipoet
mipoet Commaful Star Insomniac

Harley the Cranky Fish

Harley is an Oscar fish. He is very cranky.

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tofu_tofu
tofu_tofu Silver Comma sleep is my second best friend

[Oh, the cheesiness!]

A cheesy poem for my nonexistent lover.

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usagi
usagi Silver Comma Socially awkward swamp witch.

Sometimes I Like to Pretend -

Just a short little poem for the day. Not really feeling like writing as of right now. I have zero inspiration. As @grunderground would say, my muse is out being adulterous.

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novembernights
novembernights Gifted Writer ✰ baby writer and coffee enthusiast

consumed

a short blurb of my thoughts

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kaylynn
kaylynn Commaful Star Awkward writer girl

Chopped Perfection

From the ashes of perfection, acceptance rises.

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tofu_tofu
tofu_tofu Silver Comma sleep is my second best friend

[birthday ache]

A super short poem based on true experiences (which usually happen once a year on my birthday).

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