Misanthrope

Sammi's Weekend Writing Prompt #169 MLMM - Wordle #201 Axiomatic- (pertaining to or of the nature of an axiom; self-evident; obvious), Technique,Space, Touch, Aquarius, Unique, Critical, Breadcrumbs, Two, Think, Lost and Found, Wall As an eccentric hippy and an independent loner, his misanthropic technique was axiomatic as he never gave space to any other humans.... Continue Reading →

The Asylum

For Mindlovemisery's Photo Challenge #326 -Google An old house with worn off paints and an eerie look stood on the left side of the road towards the end. They said mad men lived there- men with loose emotions and cursed tongues. They said they could always hear the cacophony of swears and cries from inside... Continue Reading →

A dog Kelpie!

For Sonya's Three Line Tales photo by V Hui "What...!!! I have been living with you since my birth and you ask me if I am a Kelpie? " , asked a shocked Tobby who was starting to get vexed with this "almost everyday question" of Sarah, his human best friend. Sarah with her usual playful... Continue Reading →

Footprint Tableau

For MLMM - Saturday Mix - Lucky Dip - Aug 8,2020 Again a new form - a Tableau :)The TableauThe Tableau, a poetry form created by Emily Romano in October of 2008, consists of one or more verses, each having six lines. Each line should have five beats. There is no set rhyme scheme, although... Continue Reading →

August

Eugi's Weekly Prompt - AUGUST Maddi Bazzocco August has a charm you see,Ties up summer and fall for life.As a bridge it stays between,yellow and orange through seasons.Autumn lingers in the summer winds,raising hope for the trees to shed ,the ones fed up with the baking. Heat of summer sun,melting icy Popsicles, onlyto stain the... Continue Reading →

Storms and Me

Penable Thursday Poetry Competition - STORMS Leon Skibitzki Raging storms have all gone by,Bending and breaking the whole of me.I have shivered, I have trembled,Wandered and got lost in the tempest.My ship has sunk and settled down,At the dark bottoms of rough violent seas,where something called light was unheard.I have seen death, I have been... Continue Reading →

Field of Blooms

Tried writing a Rondelet for the first time.Ronovan has all the details 🙂 🙂 He explains the rules in a simple way as below.There are seven lines.One line appears three times. In lines 1, 3, and 7. Keep that in mind, because those lines need to make sense throughout the poem. It’s easier than you... Continue Reading →

My Shadow, Me, My Light

Tuesday Writing Prompt Challenge, August 4, 2020 from Go Dog Go Cafe- Beneath the surface of the night Tony Detroit @ Unsplash.com Beneath the surface of the night,Some miserable souls ramble,In disgrace they dwell,Not knowing where,the wretched path will lead them to. Beneath the surface of the night,When the world hides from light,Darkness encounters empathy,Those... Continue Reading →

Peristeronic Mess

For Sammi's Weekend Writing Prompt - #168Peristeronic means of relating to pigeons. Pigeons- those pudgy little rascals. My balcony here is always a peristeronic mess. One flocks with his partner, then comes the whole group - friends, friends of friends - a lot of them, and they all have a ball. I would not have... Continue Reading →

Rain

Shweta's Saturday Six Word Story Prompt - RAIN Come thunder and rain - peaceful retreat. Language of rain needs no translation I find music in rain's roughness. Spirit at best, when it rains. Petrichor - best thing about summer rains Let it rain when it does. Wet body, happy soul, smile, happiness. An excuse for... Continue Reading →

Haiku – Ronovan Writes- Destruct/Self

Ronovan Writes - Weekly Haiku Challenge #316 - Destruct, Self On OverthinkingUsing - Destruction, SelfFears illuminateIllusion of problems fakeDestruction of self About Love placed wronglyUsing - Tear down( Synonym for Destruction), SelfBlind love treacheryHeart torn down with unkind blowsSelf wreckage summoned COPYRIGHT © 2019- 2020 Nima Mohan, thetenthzodiac.wordpress.com, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

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