Ensnared Syllables – Part 2 #Haiku #Poetry

A haiku written by Lee Sonogan

Ensnared – Inimicus Generis Humani – The Independent Voice

Note: The following haiku will be the introduction to my first haiku book coming soon! Working title: Ensnared Syllables: A Collection Of Haikus Written By A Blog Writer

“I swallowed the syllables of your name and I was full.” ― AVA., this is how you know i want you.

Linguistic unit,

Non-weebed seizing ultima:

Mired diphthong; spirantly fluent

“Thank you,” I said bravely, dropping the syllables cleanly, like marbles, and secretly full of the most pathetic pride imaginable. I had spoken to strangers.― Alexis Hall, Waiting for the Flood

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