Hashtag – A Gnomic Poem

Lynn Canyon Park, North Vancouver British Columbia – Image credit: annymoamo / Pixabay

ankle-deep washing privacy in canyon waters

hanging secrets like garments with hashtag labels

pounding water with a mortar and pestle

trying to smash popularity’s fleeting like button

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A gnomic poem is a four-line verse/stanza with aphorisms and sayings in one line which are then described or embellished in the proceeding lines.

Published by Suzette Benjamin

Positive thinker, inspirational, writer, faith

76 thoughts on “Hashtag – A Gnomic Poem

      1. I try. Thank you my friend.
        Blessings to you.
        Sending healing energy and good vibes your way. May each moment go from strength to strength. Not every day is perfect when healing (I can relate) but at the very least one completes another wellness milestone each day. Amen!

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  1. I counted 28 words all in all and the 4 lines are spot on, well that’s what think. But honestly I can’t tell which 4 are fact and which are metaphorical.
    Maybe you come to tell.

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      1. Yes thank you, I just seen it. Glitches is the word. Well I had to reset everything. I had to reset another social platform as well
        Someone got into my account from another device. How do they do that?

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  2. What a fascinating poetry form, Suzette, and a wonderful poem. I am glad you provided the explanation of “gnomic”–when I saw the word in the title I thought I was going to have to use a dictionary. πŸ™‚

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    1. What a rich perspective Jeff. Yes, there is grandeur that make one speechless in the presence of waterfalls. I understand that feeling very well. I am glad that the poem resonated in this way for you. Thank you for your support. Blessings. Have a great weekend.

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      1. Indeed, the grandeur is so silently overwhelming, it’s quite amazing. You’re welcome, Suzette. It’s always my pleasure. Blessings and peace to you, dear friend. Happy weekend!

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