Fact: I need to be more proactive with submitting my poetry instead of hoarding them all on my blog.
Fact: Duotrope's Digest has a gazillion listings of places to submit.
I've been searching through the listings for journals & magazines that fit my writing style. Yesterday, I bumped into the Quinc Review, which is a new electronic publication that features quincouplets.
A quincouplet is a short, five-word poem that has two unrhyming lines. The first line has two words, the second line contains the remaining three. The title should be one word, or nonexistent.
That set my wheels turning, one word titles, I mean. I said to myself "I should create a series of five quincouplets, that together could be their own quincouplet." No, I didn't say that to myself out loud, as the quotation marks might imply, but you understand what I'm saying. Right?
Anyway, that's the plan. Once I've finished my five quincouplets, I'll figure out which three are the best and submit them.