Boxed Poetry Series

A few days ago, I found a box filled with poetry I wrote in the late 90’s to early 2000′s.  It’s interesting to see how I don’t write poetry like this anymore, and so I’m putting them up as I find them (and trying my best not to edit them to death) and as a reminder to myself of how I used to see the world once upon a time.

3 thoughts on “Boxed Poetry Series

  1. Loved your ‘Boxed Poetry Series’, Morrighan’s Muse! My favourite was ‘Muse’ and ‘Fool’s Moon’, but I really liked all of them. I found ‘Heart’ and ‘Fringes of the Norm’ very inspiring. Thanks for sharing. Hope you can post more poetry that you wrote in the ’90s.

    1. Thank you for reading my poetry 🙂 I guess I write better poetry when I’m miserable but it’s during those times that we can maybe dig in deeper into ourselves than when we’re too happy to do so.

      I still have that box of poetry from the 90’s, though some of the poems make me cringe – mostly because of the memories, and that desire to self-edit myself.

      1. Thanks for sharing your poetry, Morrighan’s Muse. I agree with you that we probably contemplate deeper when we are going through tough times. I hope you can find more poetry from you box, which you can share. I would love to read them.

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