I know you meant to say something profound with this sentence that you've submitted, but I'm finding simple generics on this particular page. I do not see a poem (or poetry in any way, shape, or form) on this page. I see a grammatically incorrect metaphor. A poem is more than a sentence in length and has more imagery than a simple Frankenstein heart that goes berserk from being alone or away from something significant. A poem is a free-flowing waterfall. It cascades from the heart in a rush of tumultuous water that many don't dare attempt to cross. Many cannot fathom what drives this rush of cool emotion. Many will struggle to figure out where the waterfall began, and were it ends. A single sentence neither makes people struggle to understand the meaning of the emotions, nor does a sentence convey the full range of emotion that a full poem (even a haiku) is able to achieve.
aww. you are cute. truly. i mean that with no disrespect gotta stretch the limits. what's a freefall of gushing emotions to one is an overflow of syrupy coated flowers to other. the beauty of poetry is that it can stretch all rules an convention. i guess micropoetry is not your fav genre that said pissing on others work because of your own beliefs is not super nice.
I probably could've stopped reading after "I know you meant to say something profound" because WRONG! What I did was make a play on the old expression, "absence makes the heart grow fonder," and have fun with it. What I did was use the six word story idea established by some hack called Ernest Hemingway. Someone probably should have told him that six words don't make a story. What I did was express an idea in six words; it's called brevity - your rambling attempt at poetic enlightenment could've used some. I'm sorry your parents didn't hug you enough, or you're mad that this ended up on the front page, or whatever your deal is. If you'd like to read a poem with more words, my gallery is full of them. This however IS A SIX WORD POEM. Congratulations on completely missing the point!
Now, get back on out there and keep saving the world from all us terrible writers.
I am quite chill. I am so chill that I might as well be a bowl of ice cubes. I just don't believe that this particular submission is poetry. It has the potential to be a full blown, deep, meaningful poem if the writer puts more into it. But alas, it is simply a sentence, and I must admit that it frustrates me to see it classified as a poem. Like I said, it can be more, and I'm sure the writer can come up with some other wonderful analogies to fully explain and deepen what they were trying to convey.