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LACONIC BURBLES WRITTEN IN ISOLOPHILIA d’Verse Poetics Prompt: There’s A Word For That

For this week’s d’Verse Poetics Prompt Misha over at d’Verse Pub has given us an intriguing and, dare I say it, diverse selection of not so commonly used words used to describe a feeling; emotion or state of being. We can pick 3 or more of these words and base our poem around them. I chose “ikigai”; “laconic”; “burble” & “isolophilia”. Below the word pictures lies my contribution: IKIGAI – LACONIC BURBLES WRITTEN IN ISOLOPHILIA

LACONIC BURBLES WRITTEN IN ISOLOPHILIA

Now, I’m not one to burble folks
Or talk too much in general
Preferring instead
To let my writing do the talking
Which is more laconic in nature
(Expressing more with less)
Composed & enjoyed in isolophilia
A quiet & sweet seclusion
It is my ikigai and purpose
Without it I feel worthless

Should you wish to participate in the prompt then you can access it through the following link:

https://dversepoets.com/2022/09/06/poetics-theres-a-word-for-that/

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14 thoughts on “LACONIC BURBLES WRITTEN IN ISOLOPHILIA d’Verse Poetics Prompt: There’s A Word For That

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  1. Nice one. At times it really is easier to convey our thoughts through poetry…. concisely and unrestrained. Thanks for joining in with the prompt and sharing our link. 🙂

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    1. Thanks very much Mish, it was my pleasure! 🙏😊 So glad that you enjoyed it! 😁 “Concisely & unrestrained” is a perfect description for how I see writing poetry. I like it! 👍😀

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    1. Thanks very much Muri, thought you might like it alright! 🙏😁😊 I wouldn’t normally go down the erudite route but I rather enjoyed this particular prompt! 😁

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