Okay, so today I’m super proud of what I did for part three of my “Reflection in Four” series.
Each stanza is a haiku, first of all. So that’s exciting. I love haiku.
And, AND, it can be read in any direction. Left to right, right to left, up and down, down then up, diagonal, or even each stanza individually.
(Admittedly, there might be a few ways that produce nonsense that I might have missed, but I did my best.) 🙂
Please be as excited as I am.
Reflection in Four—Three by Three Instances
She stared at mirrors Reflection Staring A hobby of his:
like sunsets at dawn but her Version of hate hidden in stating the obvious. His
eyes dimmed in that light softly stabbing dark eyes reflecting truth.
Dimming lights brighter made nothingness here In canyons, voices
in objects of reflection. in a heart made of mirrors echo back reflections of
Bad relationship. reflecting back gold. foolish gold drowning.
Children—the new form for scapegoat making from possible forms
of mirrors for parents with out of sunlight in mirrors of dripping, melted gold made
sunlight setting away. might just make shadows. out of nothing real.
This is the best thing I have ever done.
Thank you so much for reading this! It really means a lot to me. 🙂 I’ve been so excited to share this with you guys, ever since I thought of the idea.
Leave a comment if you want to, and be sure to like the post if you were as proud of this poem
and the writer as I was. 🙂