Satya Jell on splattered thoughts – MP2012 (senyru)

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Like paint he splatters
His thoughts on blank white paper
But that’s just his poetry
For Mindful Poetry – a senyru
Follow the syllable count
Follow the subject theme
You have freedom to make line breaks as you choose or none at all.
Today’s prompt: although Japanese poetry like haiku and senyru are not usually titled, we will title ours. For your title: Use a name of someone on Gather. If you are hesitant to do that, use your own name as it appears on Gather.
Publish so that the date stamped is April 10th and only stamped once unless you provide a clarifying comment.
Tag with MP2012
Publish to Mindful Poetry (and other groups as you wish)


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Who am I? I am learning that myself. I am a simple girl with visions and dreams ready to be explored. I am a lost artist, ready to paint on my canvas again. "I have heard there are troubles of more than one kind. Some come from ahead and some com

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