#PoetryMonth: Some #PoetsofInstagram, part 2

This is the first of two posts featuring a number of poets from Instagram. I recently posted an explanation as to why I’m focusing on IG poets. You can find that here if you haven’t read it yet. I hope you check them out and also share others you may know of.

Tomarrow

by Megan, @unrulywords

Wild Oats

by Ben Ditmars, @BenDitmars

The Beauty of a Woman

by Yvette, @onedertwinpowers

The Beauty of a Woman

She is Shapely Contours,
‘La Femme physique’
of contrasting Design.
With each curvature,
the story…
graphically aligned.
Consciously aware
is the Beauty…
in and of this find.

Visually taste…
teleported in time,
released Inhibitions
confront unaccustomed minds.
She is Futuristic.
Doubled down on Double blind.
Confidently playing,
she wins Everytime.

these things shape us

by Emily Jane Burton, @emjaneburton

As we all know, poetry isn’t just about what’s on the page. Much of poetry is meant to be performed. What Emily is working on with her poetry is to put music to them. Now that you’ve read “these things shape us”, here’s a recording on the poem to compare and experience differently.

these things shape us on Soundcloud

About the Poets

Megan

Um, I hate talking about myself, but I love tacos and I’m really bad at math.

Instagram

Ben Ditmars

Ben is an author of surrealist short poetry. He was first published in his college publications the Cornfield Review and KAPOW. Since then he has been featured in several online literary journals. His published works include Night Poems, Inhale the Night and Number Poetry. Currently, he lives in Ohio and works in payroll and accounting. He loves historical documentaries and all things gnome.

Website | Instagram | Twitter | Facebook | Amazon

Yvette

I am a proud mother, a cherished daughter, a true friend and spirited lover, dabbling in the words of life.

Instagram

Emily Jane Burton

Emily Jane Burton is a poet and singer-songwriter from Kansas City, MO. She combines her passions to create poem-songs, poetry she sings rather than simply reads.

Website | TwitterSoundcloud | Instagram

 

3 responses to “#PoetryMonth: Some #PoetsofInstagram, part 2

  1. Pingback: New Release: From This, I Bloom by @emilyjaneburton | A Life Among The Pages

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