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’.

Midnight Graffiti

Written from the perspective of an adventurer, this verse metaphorically compares it with…

This is in response to “Colleen’s Tanka Tuesday” – Journey/ Travel.

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.

Poetic Sunsets

The post has a few haiku and a senryu based on sunsets, written for the prompt words – day and flaw. Also, get to know about the zero-day flaw and attacks.

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

Dear Sun!

Isn’t Sun the base for the love we have towards nature and life? #haiku

These are the first set of haiku written for the prompt words – meet and part. The post is written in response to the ‘Weekly Haiku Poetry Prompt’ by Ronovan.

Paint Womanhood – Senryu

I dare not question… you are gold that glitters…

This post , with each verse written as a senryu, is in response to the ‘What Do You See’ prompt by Sadje.

Glistening Twilight

Memories of life giggle like the ebbing tides. It’s the twilight that determines the beauty of their existence… #haiku

This post is written in response to the ‘Thursday #writephoto Photo Prompt’ by Sue Vincent.

Vista

This is my first attempt at writing a haiku, also using a linguistic device ‘Apo Koinou’.

This post is written in response to the ‘Thursday #writephoto Photo Prompt’ by Sue Vincent.

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’.

Burning Desires – TLT #3

Varun loves summers, and so had planned to tick off an item from his bucket list of visiting Egypt on the summer solstice…

The post is in response to Sonya’s ‘Three Line Tales’.