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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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40 Responses

  1. patricia o'brien Says:

    Your response too someone so, so cranky seemed very measured and sane. Good for you!

  2. sdbb Says:

    I just got a SMS notification via Facebook with a haiku poem, and I'm very upset about it. It was two texts, and completely unsolicited. I definitely did not sign up for it, and I resent getting text messages promoting your site. However this happened, I suspect it's on your end. Please fix it!

  3. Dylan Tweney Says:

    Please accept my apologies! Probably what happened is that someone who used to have your phone number used it to sign up for my mailing list over a year ago.

    Please let me know via email (dft@tinwords.com) what your phone number is and I'll remove it immediately. If you're not comfortable giving me the whole number, give me the last 6 or 7 digits and I'll see if I can find it in my mailing list that way.

  4. Dylan Tweney Says:

    Thanks Patricia. I try to be very responsive to complaints about unwanted messages — esp on people's phones!

  5. Rosalyn M Gaier Says:

    Tinywords, I've missed you!
    So glad you are back to brighten the day.

  6. chesakat Says:

    Wishing you great success with the new phase of tinywords. I always enjoy reading the haiku which is one of my favorite form of poetry.

  7. chesakat Says:

    Wishing you great success with the new phase of tinywords. I always enjoy reading the haiku which is one of my favorite form of poetry.

  8. Lisa HUnter Says:

    Thank you for the small blessings you drop inot my life on a daily basis.

  9. Rhoda Galgiani Says:

    I enjoy receiving the poetry from tinywords each day. It is great that I am able to post a comment to the contributing poet, this is a great feature. Still waiting for the submissions to open up for the haiku’s…do you know when that might be? Thank you

  10. Polly Swafford Says:

    I've missed the daily haiku and am glad to know Tiny Words is back. I have re-subscribed. Thanks.

  11. Rhoda Galgiani Says:

    Please unsubscribe me from your emails. Thank you, Rhoda Galgiani

  12. 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.

  13. zork2112 Says:

    First off – thanks so much for tinywords :)
    I was checking my junk filters and have a bunch of blocked emails from "haiku-bounces@tinywords.com; on behalf of; tinywords [haiku@tinywords.com]" Can you confirm haiku-bounces@tinywords.com is a valid address from you?
    Thanks

  14. d. f. tweney Says:

    Yes, that's the address used by our mailing list software.

  15. Mariana Says:

    How I can submit a short poem? Thank you. Mariana Vel

  16. d. f. tweney Says:

    Mariana (and anyone else): Information about submissions is listed at http://tinywords.com/about/ .

  17. Hana Says:

    I've duplicated my subscription for tinywords by mistake via "poems". How can I fix the problem so that I'll get each poem only once, via "tinywords"? I'm sorry for the stupid question:).

  18. purush Says:

    winter cold
    tap breaths hard
    to drop down

  19. d. f. tweney Says:

    Not a stupid question at all. What you've done is log in to tinywords' web publishing system, which also sends out emails. I'll unsubscribe you from the web side of things.

  20. Hana Says:

    Thanks a lot for your help!:)

  21. Bill Zavatsky Says:

    Hi, and continued thanks for tinywords. Could you please exchange my old email address (bzav@verizon.net) for my new one: billzavatsky@gmail.com. Many thanks, Bill Z.

  22. shaheen Says:

    i have just embarked on the journey of writing tiny words it is really an excruciating task to write in a language where you are not at easy tinywords admn please guide me to your world.i have written more than three hundred haiku how can i submit some to tinywords

  23. d. f. tweney Says:

    Subscription updated!

    I should point out that you can take care of subscribe & unsubscribe requests yourself, using the form on our "Subscribe" page: http://tinywords.com/subscriptions/

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

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

  25. Marie Shimane Says:

    Is something amiss with my subscription or is tw on holiday? I do miss getting it!

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  27. 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

  28. Anita Says:

    Um, I was just going to comment on the rain – I was hniopg those rascals would be back in class, writing obediently. It’s not you. It’s June. They’re burnt out.Be brave my friend. Summer comes to us all….

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    Great stuff, thanks

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