Write To The World's MICROPOETRY Contest - Winning Poems


Week One Winner - James Robert Myers

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As I give myself this
Constant reflection, I imagine,
My inner feelings broaden
Your beauty accentuates your trousers
Then I fall to grounds



Week Two Winner - Kwame Acquah Storbee

The Landmines

No doubts feuds abound,
In this love I found.
But lo, I am bound
Not placing her t’ ground,
A landmine it may sound.



Week Three Winner - Paul Forjoe Junior

In Five Lines I write, In Five Vowels I Might

Abuse accordingly, an act astronomical
Evolving egos, eclipses, even explicit
Inconclusive idioms intertwined in irony
Odd orgasms outstanding on offer
United unilaterally under unseen unison



Week Four Winner - Philip Boakye D. Oyinka

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You were taught to run
There’s fire on the mountain;
But stay where you are
The sea is my tenant,
Let fire call his boast.



Week Five Winner - Nana Kwesi E. Dadson

Love

Love runs our hearts through
To make the skies blue,
It is one but two;
Abstract but true
It’s us, me and you.



Week Six Winner - Sharon Tracy Phonos

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The trees are my home
And I wonder if
It is my soul’s song
To breathe sweet scented air
And never forget my roots.



Week Seven Winner - Edzordzi Agbozo

Husago

When our sunset draws near
Oh, let the old old
Backwards forward dance: Husago
Lead us to the other
Phase of life.


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