for all best things
keep the faith, hold it firm
dream big lay all cards, your everything
The prompt: WISHES
The challenges this week are all about brevity:
Prose Challenge – Tell us a story about “three wishes” in 200 words.
Poetry Challenge – Write a cinquain on the theme of wishes.
CINQUAIN is a short, usually unrhymed poem consisting of twenty-two syllables distributed as 2, 4, 6, 8, 2, in five lines.
A stare that’s rude, daunting
Weary souls, its haunting
Blackest of blacks I’ve seen
I’d hate myself if I miss doing a Three-liner this week. Having said this, here’s my take. Hopefully, you’d enjoy reading as much as I enjoy writing a brief tale out of amazing photo prompts. This is hosted by a wonderful blogger, Sonya of Only 100 Words. Kindly join us, for details please click here.
Have a wonderful day, everyone!
Broken promises, shattered dreams
Heart and mind torn into pieces
Fragments of our shared memories
Cracks all around, everything’s in a mess
Through it all, I shine the brightest.
I have yet to find my muse this week but I still decided to force myself in writing at least. Thank God, I checked my inbox and found this ‘Weekly Writing Prompt Challenge‘ from a friend blogger, Kiwinana of Ramblings of a Writer.
Here’s my take, hopefully, you enjoy reading it. I would be delighted to read your thoughts or comments! Good Monday, everyone!
Five hours, forty-eight minutes
I’ve waited at the spot we first met
Fading image of you, my eyes wet
Hooray! Time for Three-lining again. I am more than excited to share my take on this wonderful blogging activity. You may want to join the fun of writing and reading brief stories or poems inspired by stunning photo prompts. For instructions, kindly click here or visit Sonya’s blog, Only 100 Words.
Have a great day, everyone!
We bump into each other
As if we’re total strangers
When no one’s around
Even seconds we would steal
Burn with passion, love unveiled.
***TANKA Poem is very similar to Haiku but it has more syllables and it uses simile, metaphor, and personification. There are five lines in a Tanka.
He won’t just admit, felt sick about it
He walked every path, skipped no street
To find he’s blinded by the sign he need not seek.
Cheers to another dose of Three Lining! I am so pleased to be able to partake this week. You may want to check other entries and be entertained by reading a brief tale out of an amazing photo prompt. For instructions, kindly click here, better yet, visit Sonya’s blog – Only 100 Words. Enjoy!
Words knows how to disguise, add color and spice
Telltale the deepest recesses of one’s heart
Yet my hands freezing, can’t make up my mind.
Here’s my entry for this week’s Three-lining activity. Thank you, Sonya, of Only 100 Words for coming up with this. It never failed to detoxify my soul and declutter my mind. For full instructions, kindly click here. I’m so excited to read yours.