Do you like poetry? tinywords publishes one new tiny poem per day.

Sometimes it’s a haiku, sometimes it’s just a short, micro poem. It almost always fits into a single Twitter update or SMS message (very occasionally it takes 2 text messages), so you can subscribe with your phone too.

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4 Responses

  1. d. f. tweney Says:

    Rhoda, to unsubscribe all you need to do is enter your email address in the form above, and click unsubscribe. Or email me and let me know what address to remove.

  2. d. f. tweney Says:

    Mariana (and anyone else): Information about submissions is listed at .

  3. more daily poems… « Sue Boynton Poetry Contest Says:

    […] tinywords features haiku and other small poems. Here’s a link to the subscription page. […]

  4. Peg McAulay Byrd Says:

    Love, love, love what you are doing for poets, however, for reasons best known to the computer gods I have been missing my daily dose of Tiny Words! Can that bere corrected?
    Could it be that I don't do facebook? Peg McAulay Byrd