This is a free verse, each line framed with six words, depicting the emotional connection between two persons in love. A six-word story is quoted at the end of the verse.
Hearing one's thoughts isn't a curse.
At sight, or out of sight...
❝They say I'm an adamant child.
What else would I do?
I wish I wasn't born.
I know it's too late.
I'm 14 now.
There's another wish.
I've locked it in out of fear,
of being labeled a monster.
I wish to see "Her" in the coffin.
This is in response to the ‘Weekend Writing Prompt’ by Sammi Cox. The word prompt for this week is ‘Obdurate’, and the challenge is to limit a piece of prose or poem to exactly 72 words.
Nithi was a determined kid. She wanted to paint her nails herself. She somehow reached out to the nailpolish hidden by her mother Asha on the loft that was beyond her reach.
When Asha returned after a phone call, Nithi had finished her nail painting, also spoiling her dress. Continue reading
This is in response to ‘The Saturday Six Word Story Prompt’ by Shweta of ‘My Random Ramblings’.
The prompt for this week is ‘Lazy’, and here is my take on it. It pictures the scene of a caring mom feeding her hungry kid, who ignored her food, getting lazy to eat amid her busy schedule.
——– LAZY ——–
until mom starts feeding!
Unrequited Love is the best feeling in the world.
Unlike other bonds, it isn’t shared. It’s mine and mine only.
Mom’s eyes widened on seeing her daughter’s diary.
She knows it’s ill-mannered to read other’s journal. But still she couldn’t manage to get away after reading the first line accidentally.
Thoughts were flying around like butterflies.
On my way to work, I get to see you everyday.
It’s heart-melting to see you playing and making fun with your family members.
Everyone’s eyes are stuck on you; not because you are an attention seeker; but because of the love you offer.
There’s an everlasting smile on your lips whenever someone else notices you. Continue reading