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’.

Circle of Life

How easier life would’ve been had Nala not entered the forest! Maybe that’s the perfectly right time or the perfectly wrong one.

This is written inspired by Linda’s SoCS prompt.

New-Age Oases

We retreat into the new-age oases, the more unliveable our…

This is in response to ‘What Do You See’ writing prompt by Sadje & Sonya’s ‘Three Line Tales’.

Pursuit of Heartbreak

Clinging on the rope of hope, creeping through subdued shadows, I’m in pursuit of an intentional heartbreak…

This is in response to ‘Xploration Challenge’ writing prompt by Reena.

Surreal Visage

To live, I’ve broken through the surface of a stone. The stone is me, the rigid part of…

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

Word Eater

What if words have fragrance? What if inks…

The post is in response to Sammi’s Weekend Writing Prompt ‘Ink’.

Into The Unknown

There are thoughts she cannot avoid. There are feelings…

The post is in response to Sammi’s Weekend Writing Prompt ‘Unknown’.

One-liner Wednesday #17

Sustain the savour – When something gets difficult to strive for, let go; Seriously!? Why not dare to…

Unwritten Journal

It just makes me wonder if it is implicitly tagged with memories. These tags just casually spurt out a stir of reminiscent echoes…

Unlit Days

This is in response to the ‘Twenty-Words Tuesday Prompt’ – feelings – by Bulbul.

Flattery

We often exchange views on the debates of the brain and the heart.
Brain deceives.. heart melts.

Bird in hand

Should I cage myself with you? Or set you free? Is it not risky both ways?…

This is inspired by ‘What Do You See’ writing prompt by Sadje.

Butterfly Effect

This micro-poem is in response to the ‘Twenty-Words Tuesday Prompt’ – butterfly effect – by Bulbul.

Experimentation

Don’t we learn a lot from experiments, than from success and failure?