Tag: triquain

National Poetry Month Day 7: Nuanced

Today I have my attempt at a Triquain poem, with Nuanced. Nuanced Subtle wordsdeftly flavoured in saltand astringent along the edgesYour barbed opposition to keep the world at bay,designed for elegant detachmentDegrees of shade and slightdistinction

National Poetry Month: Masked

Masked   Moonlight sings on a revelry night, a seduction veil of lace and lies Secrets beyond the smiles, past the pretty facade the temptation tango unfolds beneath someone else’s face for the night a stray whisper teases an elevation of convention that untamed… Continue Reading “National Poetry Month: Masked”

#NationalPoetryMonth Day 30: And Proud Of It

My final poem for National Poetry Month, this last day of April.   And Proud Of It   A Woman I am not ashamed of who I am. Not ashamed of my gender. It does not define me, confine me it sets me free. I just… Continue Reading “#NationalPoetryMonth Day 30: And Proud Of It”