One Last Time!

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

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’.

Make a Wish

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

Magic Lantern

Make an expedition with these fluorescent flickers…
This tanka is in response to ‘Colleen’s Tanka Tuesday’.

Pearl

Here’s a tanka written with 3 different conceptions – the biological process of pearl formation, a motivational stimulus and a euphemism with a…

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

Twilight

A tanka that depicts the twilight scene when crepuscular rays take control of…

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

Beauty and Beast

With beauty and beast, an architect battles…

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

Colors of the Dark

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

Discovering Scattered Stars

In depths of the surreal sky, I connect the complex dots…

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

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.

LINK – Solution to Puzzle – SoCS

Thank you all for your patience! In addition to the solution to the puzzle, you can get to know a few facts on the articles related to space and significant space events that are to occur this year.

Syzygy

You can find a tale to the prompt and interesting facts on the word ‘Syzygy’.

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