“Morning moon shine fading in crystal blue sky — no rain storm clouds in sight.” – Linda Lee Lyberg Author’s Note: This is an American Sentence. The form, invented by Allen Ginsberg, is simply a variation of the haiku. The rules of an American Sentence are… Continue Reading “#American Sentence: Morning Moon”
“Serene wildflowers, my oasis amongst the chaos of this world.”- Linda Lee Lyberg
Let love be the disease that carries me from this life to the unknown Poets and Storytellers United: Weekly Scribblings #9 Contagion dVerse Poets Pub: OLN #261
Grief becomes a part of who we are; a river flowing through our soul. – Linda Lee Lyberg Author’s Note: This is an American Sentence, a poetry form invented by Allen Ginsberg. An American haiku variation. 17 syllables written in a sentence.
“Between a dream and reality sings the true passion of my soul.” Author’s Note: This is my first try at an American Sentence, which is comprised of 17 syllables and is a complete sentence. The Sunday Muse: Wednesday Muse: American Sentence