Persuasive Patterns

Watching the year repeat its days, those recurrent emphasis of…

The post is in response to Sonya’s ‘Three Line Tales’.

Softness Hurts

This six-word story on ‘flowers’ is written in response to Shweta’s #6WSP Prompt.

Chaotic Opportunities

The free verse and a six-word story on ‘confusion’ are written in response to Shweta’s #6WSP Prompt #100.

Calm in Chaos

As layers of new paint withered with age, unconcerned with the hurry and…

This is in response to Sadje’s ‘What Do You See’ Prompt.

One Last Time!

A new star studded to the dark sky. It began to burn fiercely with that fuel…

Not a Death!

These six-word stories on ‘death’ are written in response to Shweta’s #6WSP Prompt.

Unfinished Business

An easily dismissible business during daylight was launching into…

The post is in response to Sonya’s ‘Three Line Tales’.

Disappearance

A short story that pictures two people being haunted in different ways by the same memory…

This is in response to ‘Eugi’s Weekly Prompt’ – Haunting.

Misty Stream

A haiku that portrays the scene of a misty stream…

This is in response to Sadje’s ‘What Do You See’ Prompt.

One-liner Wednesday #20

Can ‘now’ always be the appropriate time when it’s already late? Here’s a one-liner that states my notion on the very thought…

Winds of Love

A set of gogyohka and a tanka sketch the differing effects the winds of love might inflict upon one’s fate.

This is in response to ‘Colleen’s Tanka Tuesday’ (Theme – Harvest Moon).

Touch Wood

She is that touch wood amidst the decaying logs, making space for me to not seek more but…

This is in response to ‘What Do You See’ writing prompt by Sadje.

Sounds of Silence

They say silence is a source of great strength; so can it be for weakness. There are people around with whom I cannot talk to nor could be silent with. Isn’t that paradoxical? When words are replaced with silence…

The Turns

These tiny tales are written in response to the ‘Twenty-Words Tuesday Prompt’ – turn – by Bulbul.

Sleep Utopia

As a lonesome point lost in this vast universe, I wish I could dive into my chaos energetically…

This one-liner is written using the literary device Polysyndeton in response to ‘What Do You See’ writing prompt by Sadje & Reena’s ‘Xploration Challenge’.

Splendour Streaks

The tanka pictures the scene of a meteor shower. It can also be conceived as an expression of love…

This is in response to ‘Colleen’s Tanka Tuesday’.

Fall

They flow together
As the stream flows… #freeverse

Dreams Take Flight

Poetic form – Naani; Theme – Time.

When your eyelids refuse to open, which dreams will you let take flight – the dreams of the night or those of the day?

This is in response to ‘August Scavenger Hunt’ and ‘Colleen’s Tanka Tuesday’.