They said I hit a wrong chord Defied reasons, crossed the unknown Our future, vivid, in others, blurred
It’s been a while since I took part in this blogging activity called Three Line Tales and I more than miss this. I miss writing such a brief poem as much as I miss reading others’ work. This is hosted by a wonderful blogger, Sonya of Only 100 Words
Let me take this opportunity to thank you all for dropping by. I appreciate it and would even be happier if you’d leave a comment, a reaction maybe? And if you also want to join us, kindly click here.
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.
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-liningagain. 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 hereor visit Sonya’sblog, Only 100 Words.
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 Wordsfor 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.
Bury my pride Reach out in the open Hold my sanity, heart in chain
Hello, wonderful people! It’s been a very long time since I joined Sonya’s Three Line Tales. I more than miss it. So here I am, making up for all the loss. I can’t help but smile at this. You may want to join us too. For instructions, kindly click here:
Blurry images making me blind Still, it beacons hope that once left me behind Finding my soul, declutters my mind.
I’ve missed two Three Line Tales week, I feel sorry about it. And I’d hate myself more if I skip this chance to write something out of this fascinating photo prompt. Looking at it makes me feel a bit dizzy. Yet, I can’t help but tell a brief tale that came rushing through my head. My fingers can’t even keep up with my mind while typing at my keyboard. What a muse!
You may also want to experience the joy and excitement of writing a Three Liner out of photo prompts provided by Sonya of Only 100 Words. For details, kindly click here.
She, who’s afraid of heights Boarded a plane for the first time Looking forward, never turning around
Greetings! I almost missed writing a Three-liner. So here’s my take for this week’s challenge. You may also want to join fellow bloggers and indulge yourself in reading and writing a brief and interesting tale out of fascinating photo prompts provided by Sonyaof Only 100 Words. For instructions, kindly click here.
Polyamory’s been his way Until he met a woman with iron-will Who stole his heart and hold it dear
Hello, people! Here’s my entry for this week’s Three-lining activity. This sure is a challenging and yet inspiring photo prompt. I decided to stretch my mind a little bit to come up with an interesting tale, I hope it worked. For instructions, please click here.
Looking up, reaching out Chasing rays of the sun Obstacles let’s withstand
Catching up writing a Three Liner has never been this intense and mind blowing, not to mention looking at this intriguing photo prompt. Thank’s to Sonya of Only 100 Words for coming up with this wonderful weekly activity. You may want to join us, let’s have some fun. For instructions, kindly click here.