Poetry – Fall Leaves Folio – An Emojiku Poem by Suzette Benjamin and Goff James

The image depicts a painting titled Connections by the artist Lorenzo Roberts,. The work is a vibrant abstract conceptual landscape painting. The image supports the poem Fall Leaves Folio written by the poets Suzette Benjamin and Goff James.
© Lorenzo Roberts, Connections, 2016

🍂 Fall leaves folio
🥀 Folding love’s stemmed thorns
📖 Binding manuscripts
🍂 A rustle of words
🥀 Life’s petalled pages unfurl
📖 New connections made

What is emojiku?

The emojiku came about by Cindy Georgakas and Goff playing emoji tennis in the WP comments box. It was a natural step to take it one stage further and develop from being just a fleeting form of discourse into something more poetically constructive.

An emojiku is a hybrid poetic form, and is similar in format to a haiku / senryū or haiga.

In the case of an emojiku the source image is an emoji. The emojiku is made up of three different emoji. Each emoji being the inspiration for one line of the short poem.

The process of creating an emojiku begins by a blogger sending three different emoji to a fellow blogger.

The second blogger responds by writing their emojiku and forwarding it back to the original blogger; who, in turn responds by writing a counterpoint emojiku using the same emoji images.

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Poem Attribution – Suzette Benjamin – Goff James – Fall Leaves Folio

Copyright (c) 2022 – Suzette Benjamin – Goff James – All Rights Reserved 

Painting Attribution © Lorenzo Roberts, Connections, 2016

Source Attribution https://www.saatchiart.com/art/Painting-connections/817702/3314803/view

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Poetry – Between Yellow Leaves – An Emojiku Poem by Anita Bacha, Cindy Georgakas and Goff James

The image depicts a painting titled Seasons and Purposes by the artist Maha Rukab . The work is a vibrant semi-abstract painting of brightly coloured leaves. The image supports the poem Between Yellow Leaves written by the poets Anta Bacha, Cindy Georgakas and GoffJames.
© Maha Rukab, Seasons and Purposes, 1999

🍂 Between yellow leaves
🥀 Withering red rose petals
📖 Crumbled poetry book.
🍂 Autumns’s hues embraced
🥀 The fragrance of love’s decay
📖 Words silently penned
🍂 Etched in the indigo sky
🥀 Drizzle shades of hope
📖 Leaves petals books hues ignite light

What is emojiku?

The emojiku came about by Cindy Georgakas and Goff playing emoji tennis in the WP comments box. It was a natural step to take it one stage further and develop from being just a fleeting form of discourse into something more poetically constructive.

An emojiku is a hybrid poetic form, and is similar in format to a haiku / senryū or haiga.

In the case of an emojiku the source image is an emoji. The emojiku is made up of three different emoji. Each emoji being the inspiration for one line of the short poem.

The process of creating an emojiku begins by a blogger sending three different emoji to a fellow blogger.

The second blogger responds by writing their emojiku and forwarding it back to the original blogger; who, in turn responds by writing a counterpoint emojiku using the same emoji images.

Join in the emojiku fun and share 

To participate use the three emoji prompts  🍂 🥀  📖  and place your response in My Comments Box

Please keep your prompt responses family-friendly. Disrespectful and inappropriate comments will not be responded to and removed immediately.

Poem Attribution – Anita Bacha – Cindy Georgakas – Goff James – Between Yellow Leaves

Copyright (c) 2022 – Anita Bacha – Cindy Georgakas – Goff James – All Rights Reserved 

Painting Attribution © Maha Rukab, Seasons and Purposes, 1999

Source Attribution https://www.saatchiart.com/art/Painting-Seasons-and-Purposes-Ecclesiastes-3-1/671805/2732961/view

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Poetry – Between the Leaves – An Emojiku Poem by Anita Bacha and Goff James

The image depicts a painting titled Leaves by the artist © Amanta Christina, Leaves, 2020. The work is a vibrant semi-abstract expressionist painting of leaves. The image supports the poem Between the Leaves written by the poets Anita Bacha and Goff James.

🍃 Between the leaves
🥀 Red rose petals
🌞 From me to you
🍃 Summer verdant drifts
🥀 Love’s floral fragrance embraced
🌞 Morning’s sails unfurled

What is emojiku?

The emojiku came about by Cindy Georgakas and Goff playing emoji tennis in the WP comments box. It was a natural step to take it one stage further and develop from being just a fleeting form of discourse into something more poetically constructive.

An emojiku is a hybrid poetic form, and is similar in format to a haiku / senryū or haiga.

In the case of an emojiku the source image is an emoji. The emojiku is made up of three different emoji. Each emoji being the inspiration for one line of the short poem.

The process of creating an emojiku begins by a blogger sending three different emoji to a fellow blogger.

The second blogger responds by writing their emojiku and forwarding it back to the original blogger; who, in turn responds by writing a counterpoint emojiku using the same emoji images.

Join in the emojiku fun and share 

To participate use the three emoji prompts 🍃 🥀  🌞  and place your response in My Comments Box

Please keep your prompt responses family-friendly. Disrespectful and inappropriate comments will not be responded to and removed immediately.

Poem Attribution – Anita Bacha – Goff James – Between the Leaves

Copyright (c) 2022 – Anita Bacha – Goff James – All Rights Reserved 

Painting Attribution © Amanta Christina, Leaves, 2020

Source Attribution https://www.saatchiart.com/art/Painting-LEAVES/1599148/7855709/view

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Poetry – Air Your Dirty Clothes – An Emojiku Poem by Cindy Georgakas and Goff James

The image depicts a painting titled Clothesline  by the artist Javier Placido. The work is a vibrant still life painting of washed garments hanging on a clothesline. The image supports the poem Air Your Dirty Clothes written by the poets Cindy Georgakas and Goff James.
© Javier Placido, Clothesline, 2012

🏖 Air your dirty clothes
🌬 Throw your troubles to the wind
👕 Fabric too threadbare
🏖 Hanging in the sun
🌬 Washing drives the smell away
👕 Monday’s laundry done

What is emojiku?

The emojiku came about by Cindy Georgakas and Goff playing emoji tennis in the WP comments box. It was a natural step to take it one stage further and develop from being just a fleeting form of discourse into something more poetically constructive.

An emojiku is a hybrid poetic form, and is similar in format to a haiku / senryū or haiga.

In the case of an emojiku the source image is an emoji. The emojiku is made up of three different emoji. Each emoji being the inspiration for one line of the short poem.

The process of creating an emojiku begins by a blogger sending three different emoji to a fellow blogger.

The second blogger responds by writing their emojiku and forwarding it back to the original blogger; who, in turn responds by writing a counterpoint emojiku using the same emoji images.

Emojiku Attribution – Cindy Georgakas – Goff James – Hearts Floating at Sea

Copyright (c) 2022 Cindy Georgakas & Goff James – All Rights Reserved

Join in the emojiku fun and share 

To participate use the three emoji prompts  🏖 🌬  👕   and place your response in My Comments Box

Please keep your prompt responses family-friendly. Disrespectful and inappropriate comments will not be responded to and removed immediately.

Poem Attribution – Cindy Georgakas – Goff James – Air Your Dirty Clothes

Copyright (c) 2022 – Cindy Georgakas – Goff James – All Rights Reserved 

Painting Attribution © Javier Placido, Clothesline, 2012

Source Attribution https://www.saatchiart.com/art/Painting-Clothesline/412009/7512635/view

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Poetry – On the Wings of Dawn – An Emojiku Poem by Anita Bacha and Goff James

The image depicts a painting titled The Sun and Happy Days by the artist Carol McDermott, The work is a vibrant abstract painting. The image supports the poem On the Wings of Dawn written by the poets Anita Bacha and Goff James.
© Carol McDermott, The Sun and Happy Days, 2014

☀️ On the wings of dawn
☕️ Aroma of hot coffee
🦋 Butterflies flutter
☀️ Silence sweet voiced speaks
☕️ The fragrance of love’s embrace
🦋 Summer’s halcyon days

What is emojiku?

The emojiku came about by Cindy Georgakas and Goff playing emoji tennis in the WP comments box. It was a natural step to take it one stage further and develop from being just a fleeting form of discourse into something more poetically constructive.

An emojiku is a hybrid poetic form, and is similar in format to a haiku / senryū or haiga.

In the case of an emojiku the source image is an emoji. The emojiku is made up of three different emoji. Each emoji being the inspiration for one line of the short poem.

The process of creating an emojiku begins by a blogger sending three different emoji to a fellow blogger.

The second blogger responds by writing their emojiku and forwarding it back to the original blogger; who, in turn responds by writing a counterpoint emojiku using the same emoji images.

Join in the emojiku fun and share 

To participate use the three emoji prompts ☀️ ☕️  🦋 and place your response in My Comments Box

Please keep your prompt responses family-friendly. Disrespectful and inappropriate comments will not be responded to and removed immediately.

Poem Attribution – Anita Bacha – Goff James – On the Wings of Dawn

Copyright (c) 2022 – Anita Bacha – Goff James – All Rights Reserved 

Painting Attribution © Carol McDermott, The Sun and Happy Days, 2014

Source Attribution https://www.saatchiart.com/art/Painting-The-sun-and-happy-days/94881/1951881/view

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Poetry – For – An Emojiku Poem by Anita Bacha and Goff James

The image depicts a painting titled Moonstruck by the artist Maria Brookes. The work is a vibrant abstract surreal landscape painting. The image supports the poem For written by the poets Anita Bucha and Goff James.
© Maria Brookes, Moonstruck, 2018

For 😊
Moonstruck the 🌹
Swoons under love’s magic spell
Night 🦋 cheers
Starlight 😊
Darkness 🌹 blessed
Silence silver dusted seeps
A 🦋 breeze

What is emojiku?

The emojiku came about by Cindy Georgakas and Goff playing emoji tennis in the WP comments box. It was a natural step to take it one stage further and develop from being just a fleeting form of discourse into something more poetically constructive.

An emojiku is a hybrid poetic form, and is similar in format to a haiku / senryū or haiga.

In the case of an emojiku the source image is an emoji. The emojiku is made up of three different emoji. Each emoji being the inspiration for one line of the short poem.

The process of creating an emojiku begins by a blogger sending three different emoji to a fellow blogger.

The second blogger responds by writing their emojiku and forwarding it back to the original blogger; who, in turn responds by writing a counterpoint emojiku using the same emoji images.

Join in the emojiku fun and share 

To participate use the three emoji prompts  😊  🌹  🦋  and place your response in My Comments Box

Please keep your prompt responses family-friendly. Disrespectful and inappropriate comments will not be responded to and removed immediately.

Poem Attribution – Anita Bacha – Goff James – For

Copyright (c) 2022 – Anita Bacha – Goff James – All Rights Reserved 

Painting Attribution © Maria Brookes, Moonstruck, 2018

Source Attribution https://www.saatchiart.com/art/Painting-Moonstruck/914713/4844535/view

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Poetry – Faith’s Love Constructed – An Emojiku Poem by Cindy Georgakas and Goff James

The image depicts a painting titled Hidden Love by the artist Patricia Slosiar. The work is a vibrant abstract expressionist painting. The image supports the poem Faith's Love Constructed written by the poets Cindy Georgakas and Goff James.
© Patricia Slosiar, Hidden Love, 2018

🙏 Faith’s love constructed
🤸🏼‍♂️ Leaping into the unknown
⛩ Bridge the traps that bind
🙏 Donned in belief’s robes
🤸🏼‍♂️ Tumbling o’er heaven’s highway
⛩ Seeking truth’s winged span

What is emojiku?

The emojiku came about by Cindy Georgakas and Goff playing emoji tennis in the WP comments box. It was a natural step to take it one stage further and develop from being just a fleeting form of discourse into something more poetically constructive.

An emojiku is a hybrid poetic form, and is similar in format to a haiku / senryū or haiga.

In the case of an emojiku the source image is an emoji. The emojiku is made up of three different emoji. Each emoji being the inspiration for one line of the short poem.

The process of creating an emojiku begins by a blogger sending three different emoji to a fellow blogger.

The second blogger responds by writing their emojiku and forwarding it back to the original blogger; who, in turn responds by writing a counterpoint emojiku using the same emoji images.

Emojiku Attribution – Cindy Georgakas – Goff James – Hearts Floating at Sea

Copyright (c) 2022 Cindy Georgakas & Goff James – All Rights Reserved

Join in the emojiku fun and share 

To participate use the three emoji prompts  🙏 🤸🏼‍♂️  ⛩  and place your response in My Comments Box

Please keep your prompt responses family-friendly. Disrespectful and inappropriate comments will not be responded to and removed immediately.

Poem Attribution – Cindy Georgakas – Goff James – Faith’s Love Constructed

Copyright (c) 2022 – Cindy Georgakas – Goff James – All Rights Reserved 

Painting Attribution © Patricia Slosiar, Hidden Love, 2018

Source Attribution https://www.saatchiart.com/art/Painting-Hidden-Love/1031426/4143077/view

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Poetry – The Call of the Wild – An Emojiku Poem by Mike Utley, Cindy Georgakas and Goff James

The image depicts a painting titled Jumping Orca by the artist John D Benson. The work is a portrait of an orca jumping out of the ocean off Alaska with snow covered mountains providing the backdrop. The image supports the collaborative poem The Call of the Wild written by the poets Mike Utley, Cindy Georgakas and Goff James.
© John D Benson, Jumping Orca, 2019

The Call of the Wild

by Mike Utley, Cindy Georgakas and Goff James

🌊 The call of the wild
☀️ Prisoner of loneliness
🐋 Born to freedom’s ways
🌊 Waves splash wakefulness
☀️ Sun sings new life softly
🐋 Elation for all
🌊 In Elysian seas
☀️ Gilded by the morning sun
🐋 Keiko’s spirit lives

What is emojiku?

The emojiku came about by Cindy Georgakas and Goff playing emoji tennis in the WP comments box. It was a natural step to take it one stage further and develop from being just a fleeting form of discourse into something more poetically constructive.

An emojiku is a hybrid poetic form, and is similar in format to a haiku / senryū or haiga.

In the case of an emojiku the source image is an emoji. The emojiku is made up of three different emoji. Each emoji being the inspiration for one line of the short poem.

The process of creating an emojiku begins by a blogger sending three different emoji to a fellow blogger.

The second blogger responds by writing their emojiku and forwarding it back to the original blogger; who, in turn responds by writing a counterpoint emojiku using the same emoji images.

Emojiku Attribution – Cindy Georgakas – Goff James – Hearts Floating at Sea

Copyright (c) 2022 Cindy Georgakas & Goff James – All Rights Reserved

Join in the emojiku fun and share 

To participate use the three emoji prompts  🌊 ☀️  🐋  and place your response in My Comments Box

Please keep your prompt responses family-friendly. Disrespectful and inappropriate comments will not be responded to and removed immediately.

Poem Attribution – Mike Utley – Cindy Georgakas – Goff James – Hearts Floating at Sea

Copyright (c) 2022 – Mike Utley  Cindy Georgakas – Goff James – All Rights Reserved 

Painting Attribution © John D Benson, Jumping Orca, 2019

Source Attribution https://fineartamerica.com/featured/jumping-orca-alaska-john-d-benson.html

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Poetry – Hearts Floating at Sea – An Emojiku Poem by Cindy Georgakas and Goff James

The image depicts a painting titled Ocean by the artist Anastasia Bargan,. The work is a realistic moonlit seascape painting. The image supports the poem Hearts Floating at Sea written by the poets Cindy Georgakas and Goff James.
© Anastasia Bargan, Ocean. 2021

💖 Hearts floating at sea
🌊 Ride the waves collecting souls
🌔 Sun, Moon, Stars Shed light
💖 Love unanchored drifts
🌊 Lost amid the ocean’s dreams
🌔 Neath the silver moon

What is emojiku?

The emojiku came about by Cindy Georgakas and Goff playing emoji tennis in the WP comments box. It was a natural step to take it one stage further and develop from being just a fleeting form of discourse into something more poetically constructive.

An emojiku is a hybrid poetic form, and is similar in format to a haiku / senryū or haiga.

In the case of an emojiku the source image is an emoji. The emojiku is made up of three different emoji. Each emoji being the inspiration for one line of the short poem.

The process of creating an emojiku begins by a blogger sending three different emoji to a fellow blogger.

The second blogger responds by writing their emojiku and forwarding it back to the original blogger; who, in turn responds by writing a counterpoint emojiku using the same emoji images.

Emojiku Attribution – Cindy Georgakas – Goff JamesHearts Floating at Sea

Copyright (c) 2022 Cindy Georgakas & Goff James – All Rights Reserved

Join in the emojiku fun and share 

To participate use the three emoji prompts 💖  🌊  🌔 and place your response in My Comments Box

Please keep your prompt responses family-friendly. Disrespectful and inappropriate comments will not be responded to and removed immediately.

Poem Attribution – Cindy Georgakas – Goff James – Hearts Floating at Sea

Copyright (c) 2022 – Cindy Georgakas – Goff James – All Rights Reserved 

Painting Attribution © Anastasia Bargan, Ocean. 2021

Source Attribution https://www.saatchiart.com/art/Painting-OCEAN-painting-watercolor-original-art-moon-painting-artwork-night-sky-office-art-decor-home-decor-gift-idea/1880118/8868982/view

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Spotlight Poetry Fun Time – A Sunflower for Sharing – An Emojiku Poem by Phil Perkins @ Perkins Designs

The image depicts a painting titled Sunflowers by the artistAmy Vangsgard, . The work is a vibrant painting of sunflowers. The image supports the poem A Sunflower for Sharing written by the photographer and poet Phil Perkind.
© Amy Vangsgard, Sunflowers, 2009

🌻 A sunflower for sharing
💞 Our hearts through words and caring
📣 To speak aloud
😇 Above the crowd
☮️ With peace to guide our bearing

What is emojiku?

The emojiku came about by Cindy Georgakas and Goff James playing emoji tennis in the WP comments box. It was a natural step to take it one stage further and develop from being just a fleeting form of discourse into something more poetically constructive.

An emojiku is a hybrid poetic form, and is similar in format to a haiku / senryū or haiga.

In the case of an emojiku the source image is an emoji. The emojiku is made up of three different emoji. Each emoji being the inspiration for one line of the short poem.

The process of creating an emojiku begins by a blogger sending three different emoji to a fellow blogger.

The second blogger responds by writing their emojiku and forwarding it back to the original blogger; who, in turn responds by writing a counterpoint emojiku using the same emoji images.

Emojiku Attribution © Phil Perkins – A Sunflower for Sharing

Copyright (c) 2022  – Phil Perkins  – All Rights Reserved

Painting Attribution © Amy Vangsgard, Sunflowers, 2009

Source Attribution https://fineartamerica.com/featured/sunflowers-amy-vangsgard.html

Join in the emojiku fun and share 

To participate use at least three out of the five

emoji prompts  🌻 💞 📣 😇 ☮️ and place your response in My Comments Box

Please keep your prompt responses family-friendly. Disrespectful and inappropriate comments will not be responded to and removed immediately.

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