Fall

They flow together
As the stream flows… #freeverse

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.

Kill the Honour

Is it not time we kill those man-made social constructs in which humans still hide their inexistent honour? Emphasizing this thought, this free verse is written with six words in each line…

Her Nest!

But still, the guest keeps returning to her beautiful nest… #6WSP

Rain Clouds

Because I could not stop for death, choosing a dark dock, he stopped…

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

Unborn

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

Unlit Days

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

Filled with Emptiness

The post is in response to the ‘Twenty-Words Tuesday Prompt’ – ghost – by Bulbul.

Curtains Closed

A free verse with elements of antithesis… My life has changed colours…

The post is written in response to ‘Saturday Mix – Opposing Forces’ Prompt by Sarah.

Flower Children

Flower children advocate love and peace… #senryu #tale

This post is written in response to the ‘Three Line Tales’ prompt by Sonya.

Eye & Light – Micro Poems

These are micro-poems written for the prompt words – eye and light – on a few divergent themes.

This post is written in response to the ‘Weekly Haiku Poetry Prompt’ by Ronovan.

Destruct & Self – Set #2

These are the second set of micro poems written for the prompt words – destruct and self – on a few divergent themes. #haiku #senryu

This post is written in response to the ‘Weekly Haiku Poetry Prompt’ by Ronovan.

Destruct & Self – Set #1

These are the first set of micro-poems written for the prompt words – destruct and self – on a few divergent themes. #haiku #senryu

This post is written in response to the ‘Weekly Haiku Poetry Prompt’ by Ronovan.

Finger & Planet

These are micro poems written for the prompt words – finger and planet – on a few divergent themes.

This post is written in response to the ‘Weekly Haiku Poetry Prompt’ by Ronovan.

Invisible Foe

Man’s greatest burden is unfulfilled potential. Don’t feel pressured. Instead, tell yourself, “I need to get through this because I can’t imagine a life without me.”