Life On the Beach

Decima Poetry Challenge by Ronovan - Prompt No. 68: (BEACH) in the A rhyme line. There, on the shiny sandy beach,I lived – morning, noon, eve and night,counting days not, but breaths alright.I knew not what she wished to teach,Her blue sadness - I had to breach.So I lived on the sandy shore,where the hermits hid... Continue Reading →

Suppressed Words

Ronovan's Decima Poetry Challenge # 41 - SHIMMER in 'c' rhyme line I can hear some words suppressed deepinto the dark creepy dungeons,where even the blow of bludgeonwill fail to shed a tear to weep.The sound of silence growing steepwith the death of candle’s shimmer,Our flame of love getting dimmer.Holding on to the void between,entwines... Continue Reading →

Quote on Love

Deima Poetry Challenge #40 - FLOAT in the B Rhyme line - by Ronovan When the last leaf from lemon tree-the golden one with wind shall float,those last words of love I shall quote,dipped in gold and etched in pure glee.Lugged by a weak crippled feathery,that shall squawk across the oceans,in constant vain and devotion,insisting... Continue Reading →

Lost at Birth

Ronovan's Decima Poetry Challenge #35 - KNOCK in 'a' rhyme For, when the time stopped in the clock,when nothing stirred and all were still,clear were the whispers of my quill.My words collected in a flock,and woke me up with sudden knock.Parting my mouth to give them life,when only air came out with strife.On their way... Continue Reading →

Unfamous Heir

Ronovan's Decima Poetry Challenge Prompt #34 - STABLE on the 'D Rhyme' Side by side with the tall grey wall,hand in hand with the sliver moon,weaving dreams into a cocoon,the orange wallflower stood tall.Having a ball with the wind's call,like a damsel or flame of fire,burning embers on the night's pyre.My heart stops seeing her... Continue Reading →

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