I have an untitled three-line poem in this issue of Three Line Poetry., #57, A Peculiar Sophistication.
If you’d like a copy, or just to see: https://prolificpress.com/bookstore/three-line-poetry-c-2/three-line-poetry-issue-57-p-344.html
In theory, it’s easy to write only three lines – after all, just a few words. But as the world of haiku demonstrates, there’s more to writing than simply putting words together. In your poem, you must convey what you want to say cohesively, wasting no syllables, and evoking the emotion you want without awkwardness.
Try writing several poems – some just off the top of your head, some from the heart, and some with a lot of thought and editing. Which come out best in your estimation? Why do you think that is?
You can submit your own here: https://threelinepoetry.com/submit/