The Mind- #Reena’s Exploration Challenge

Written for Reena's Exploration Challenge #154. I watch the clear crystals, these raindrops, trail and gather at the ledge of the shed. One by one, they drip down and fall into the puddle below; purity giving way to the muddy milieu. And I ponder... In my mind, I feel the darkness gather at the edge... Continue Reading →

3Line Tales #10

Written for Sonya's Three Line Tales #243. Write three lines inspired by the photo prompt.. photo by Dave Goudreau via Unsplash Yes, we dreamers and believers, having kept faith with you despite your blatant misuse of authority, have finally woken up to join the wave of protests that some brave souls started. Along with your loud speeches of... Continue Reading →

Morning Hike with Sister

Brenda squeezed her eyes in pain, as she gingerly placed her left foot on the ground. Her decision to walk to the 'HealthLicious' Summit had seemed like a good idea last night, breaking in her new grey running shoes. "Serves you right," Brie smirked, leaning against her bicycle. "Told you to wear mom's boots for... Continue Reading →

Trees- #100WW

Standing below the trees, in the woods behind my resort, I breathed in the fresh air. Away from my hectic life full of commitments and deadlines, I felt the surrounding silence soothe my soul. The cool breeze stirred the leaves, as though coaxing them of old secrets. Bracket branches, reach for the sky;Awaken viridians, rushling... Continue Reading →

Autumn Leaf Farewell

Image by Zach at Unsplash When death comes for meI shall be free,Rigor shall set its paceWhen last sparks peter out in grace. Adorn me not in jewelsNor cover the corpse with blooms,Stage me not in a roomLet there not be gloom. Worn by temporal painI left to dance in the rain;These invisible scars in... Continue Reading →

Their Family Meal

Image from Unsplash "I'm starving!" Rijul announced as he swaggered into the kitchen. It smelled wonderful, which made his stomach grumble again. "Go wash up and call your sister. Dinner will be ready in 5 mins." With a nod, Rijul rushed towards his sister's room. Dinner that night, consisted of carved chicken roast, with mashed... Continue Reading →

The Decision

Untouched books crowded his shelves, shiny leather spines and faded first editions, meticulously dusted and never read. But the rows of books, in a well furnished room certainly projected an image of respectability. Ryan mentally scoffed at the props, before he slowly exited Dorian's study, leaning heavily on his cane. Despite the comforts of cars... Continue Reading →

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