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!
A man with iron fist
With a built, I could not resist
My world crumbles, my mind, twist
As soon as our eyes met
He won me over without a bet.
***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.
Burn for me will you
As fierce as your summer dress
Melt me with sweet caress
Entangle me now lest I perish
Red color and numbness in my wrist
Here’s my entry for this week’s Tanka Poetry Challenge. In days of emotional and financial crisis, this is a great way to at least declutter my mind and relax for a minute or two. You may want to join in, for instructions kindly click here.
Sparkling eyes, sweet smile
That lights up this whole town
It is the old you
Together, we live life anew
Now that we both said, I do
Hi there, people! This is my entry for this week’s TANKA Poetry Challenge. For more information on how to join, kindly click here. I am more than excited to read your work.
Worries fog your mind
When crisis caught you off guard
Life beats you as hard
Until nothing left but empty heart
Faith lights your way, move forward
This is my 23rd entry for weekly TANKA Poetry challenge hosted by a wonderful blogger, Kiwinana of Ramblings of a Writer. I almost missed it, thank God I’ve made it up to the last minute.
For instructions, kindly click here. I enjoyed writing it, as always. I would be more delighted to read your entry, come join in.
Spring is drawing near
Earth will be filled with cheers
Guess it can’t be helped
To cherish the memories we’ve shared
Everytime this season appears
Cheers to my 22nd TANKA poetry so far! I am more than happy to partake in this wonderful activity hosted by a friend blogger, Kiwinana of Ramblings of a Writer. For instructions, kindly click here. Have nice week!
It’s in my nature
To find love that is pure
Be my own universe
Blood that runs through my veins
Who’s worthy of all my pain
Hello, everyone! I can’t forgive myself if I forget to partake in this wonderful mental exercise – TANKA Poetry challenge hosted by Kiwinana of Ramblings of a Writer blog. For instructions, kindly click here. I can’t wait to read your entry.
Smile that blossoms like cherry
A flower that radiates positivity
Spring brings us all sheer bliss
And wipes all our fears, our bitterness
Truly a season we’d hate to miss
Cheers to another TANKA poetry day! The photo prompt above makes me more than excited to write a poetry. Thank you, Kiwinana of Ramblings of a Writer for hosting such a wonderful blogging event. Joining this every week brings me joy and makes me feel accomplished.
I would be more delighted to read other entries, for instructions kindly click here.
If conscience is pure
It makes no reasons obscure
Taming animals in us
Kindness, forgiveness overflows
Its color is as white as snow
Here’s my entry for this week’s TANKA poetry challenge. I hope you’d enjoy reading it while looking at this blinding photo prompt. I definitely love the smile of this dog. And the snow, it’s making me feel this cold.
You may want to join us, for detailed instructions, kindly click here. Looking forward in reading yours.
Come here children
Indulge though this isn’t wonderland
Under the golden sun
Amidst the cool breeze we feel warm
Sharing one heartbeat, holding hands.
Time for another TANKA poetry challenge. This one is another way to practice my poetry and I enjoyed it, as always. You may want to try this mental exercise. For instructions, kindly click here. This is a Weekly blogging activity hosted by a friend blogger, Kiwinana of Ramblings of a Writer. I can’t wait to read your entry.