Sponsored by Workhorse, Lexington Poetry Month is an easy to use
platform for poets to publish and share their work in an attractive
way. The community is supportive and diverse, commenting and
encouraging one another throughout June. Money we raise goes
to maintaining the cost of the website and publishing the yearly
anthology. Our goals are to provide every poet (~150) a copy of
the anthology, lower printing costs, and expand opportunities
offered during Lexington Poetry Month, such as featured readings
and poetry workshops.
I’ve been on a free will or fate kick lately.
So, were you fated to swerve so death could nourish?
Or did you exercise free will in fear of interrupting fate?
And if it was fated, what purpose/importance does this lone crow hold that it deserves the life of another to sustain its life longer?
Will the crow bring world peace? Or will it just be a crow?
Haikus rule. And this one is a good one. Thanks!
takes me mentally/visually to van gogh.
A lovely flash-frame haiku…
action and image frozen in time