Can’t claim to know those eyes but I feel, their warm glimpse. Can’t imagine the unseen face but with it, I share a smile. In this fleeting world I struggle, to balance the float. With a kind radiance someone presents, a string of support. They say some are for you while some are not. If family is a supportive group can strangers be family too?
Have your dreams ever been supported by a person you’ve hardly spoken to or met? If yes, I bet that must have felt great. This free verse is a little tribute to such angels in the dark.
In response to Sadje’s ‘ ’. What Do You See Prompt #127
March 29, 2022 Anisha
dreams, family, Free Verse, gratitude, Hope, poem, Poetry, Stranger, support, tribute
This is a free verse depicting the life of anyone who has hit the rock bottom but still clinging onto life with hopeful efforts. A
story (quoted) is framed at the end. six-word
assiness questioned! S
Her reasons are not enough.
pportunities closed! O
Her effort is not enough.
aseless arguments! B
Her words are not enough. Continue reading →
August 9, 2020 Anisha
6WSP, crazienerds, Free Verse, gratitude, Life, Micro poetry, One-liner, Poetry, Prompt, struggles, thank you
A monkey ‘Spunky’ lost some key to a bunny ‘Bunkey’. Spunky, who’s a flunkey to a hunky junkie, clung to the monkeypod fearing the slinky walk of that clunky lad, abandoning the key in his name ‘spunky’.
Picture for the prompt
clunky – old-fashioned. Continue reading →
August 7, 2020 Anisha
1000, animals, fear, Fiction, flash fiction, gratitude, Irony, micro fiction, Monkey, Prompt, short story, thank you, tiny tale, tongue twister, WDYS, Whatdoyousee