TANKA 6: Mother

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Lemons before my eyes
Reminds me of my mother‘s smile
Life sometimes may be sour,
Yet her faith never goes south
Always hopeful in every bout.

Cheers to another TANKA poetry! I just love to write a brief tale out of amazing photo prompt just like this one. By the way, this is a different poetry challenge hosted by my friend blogger, Kiwinana of Ramblings of a Writer.

I would be delighted if you would take time to read our entries, more if you’d join us with writing too. I’m so excited to read your work! For instructions, kindly click here

TANKA 5: Purged

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Heart and mind’s racing
Tears stream down her lovely cheeks
Blinded and consumed her in weeks
Yet its water cleanse her mess
She’s braver now to face her quest!

I can’t help but partake in this Weekly TANKA Challenge hosted by a wonderful blogger, Kiwinana. Please join us and feel the fun of writing and reading poetry. For a detailed instructions kindly click here.  You should visit her awesome blog, Ramblings of a Writer and enjoy substantial reads. That’s it for now, have a great one!

 

TANKA 4: Suitor

Steep & Green

This cliff so steep
Makes me think of you so deep
Fresh as this green leaves
Is my love that I can’t keep
Why it’s hard for you to believe?

This is in response to a weekly TANKA poetry challenge hosted by a wonderful blogger Kiwinana of Ramblings of a Writer. You may want to visit her awesome blog. For a detailed instructions, kindly click here. I enjoyed writing a brief and yet meaningful poem. Come join us!

TANKA 3: Failed

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Remnants of the past
It’s too beautiful to outlast
Guilty of treason
Both lost sense of direction
Forgot to explore their options

I always enjoy writing a poetry. This is another poetry challenge hosted by a wonderful blogger Kiwinana of Ramblings of a Writer. I usually write in free verse, so this is quite different, I don’t even know if I was able to follow the write format, honestly but I hope I did. Nevertheless, I still enjoyed it.

For a detailed instructions, kindly click here. I’d love to read yours as well, come join in!