Aisle Walton

Senryu For A Broken Poem - Poem by Aisle Walton

a broken poem
the pieces of intention
float on in circles

Lit. Crit.
this one's all about
unrequited love isn't
it? No? Just me then

The Leaflet
‘tis a pity that
someone had to tread on you
now you look shitty.

the comforts of sleep
genius and the hopeful dream
all lost by morning

Poem II
the problem was this
you wanted to be literal
I wanted to cringe

Bed II
for years a complete
space, until the place appears
for one who's not there

corners pinned so tight
yet the inevitable
sag in the middle

alone in the snow
there can never be comfort
while he still loves her

Poem III
oh dear, it appears
we're back to cycles again
or was it circles?

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Poem Submitted: Friday, August 31, 2012

Poem Edited: Monday, July 8, 2013

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