Hearts Made Of Glass by Thomas Hawk

Lovelorn Poet in San Francisco, CA: All Those Fragments Of Light

From a vantage point high above, I look down on the city lights. Tiny twinkles of color, some in motion. Storefronts and streetlamps and traffic. … Keep Reading...


Lovelorn Poet in Kauai, HI: To The Lanai Haiku

between now and now, between I am and you are, the word bridge.   Missed Connections are filled with good, bad, and Hawaiian haiku. Did … Keep Reading...

Battle Damage by Kenny Louie

Lovelorn Poet in Brooklyn, NY: The Battle Of The Sexes Is Real

Yet there are some On either side That Are not a part of the war It's the heart-breakers That started it all Those that have burned Deceived … Keep Reading...

Summer Rain by Tobi Gaulke

Lovelorn Poet in Richmond, VA: I Never Was One For Poetry

I never was one for poetry. An old woman but a stones throw from my toil died three days ago. Choked to death on accumulated trinkets and … Keep Reading...

Tonal Poetry by Professor Bop

Lovelorn Poet in Austin, TX: Your Verse?

We don't read and write poetry because it's cute. We read and write poetry because we are members of the human race. And the human race is filled with … Keep Reading...


Lovelorn Poet in NYC: Amoureux Haiku

amoureux forget about me and i'll forget about you i'm sorry for the way things turned out maybe it was for the better. Missed Connections … Keep Reading...

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