TWT #13

I dreamt of your laughter, echoing in our garden as you sat on your favourite swing, beckoning me to follow. Written for Bulbul's Twenty Word Tuesday #34 - Garden

Dreaming Shadows

Creeping through crevicesThe shadows danceDislodging the dreamsTerror's tyranny traumatises. Fearing fracture My fragile psyche escapesInto the maze, trailing behindThese monsters of mindSoundless spirits, shrouded in shadeHaunt the hallwaysAs I walk through my day. But after darkMy defenceless dreamsFlicker and fragmentDissolve into dust. Longer and largerLooming in the lanesThey guide my destinyAs I wade through their... Continue Reading →

3LineTales #4- Art of Memory

This is for Sonya's Three Line Tale Week 233. Write three lines inspired by the photo prompt... photo by Miguel Bruna Standing at the junction of memory lane, he stared at the graffitis adorning the southern wall of the old warehouse. He could almost smell the fresh paint wafting from the walls, as the ghosts of... Continue Reading →

Three Line Tale #2

This is for Sonya's Three Line Tale Week 231. Write three lines inspired by the photo prompt... photo by Lerone Pieters via Unsplash In her dreams, she saw the gigantic huts, called skyscrapers, loom against the orange sky in those vast villages known as cities. Everyday she would travel to work in a two wheeled contraption- a bicycle,... Continue Reading →

The Dream Gadget- #writephoto

This is in response to Sue Vincent's Thursday Photo Prompt- Dream. Rahul was sitting on a sunlit spot, on the floor of the loft in their ancestral house. He'd been curious about this house; locked and left unattended ever since grandma's death. With hardly any memory of his yearly visits as a child, Rahul felt... Continue Reading →

Three Line Tales #1

This is in response to 3LineTales Week 230 by Sonya. photo by K. Mitch Hodge via Unsplash Tilting her head to stare at the gate with its cautionary sign above, she wondered, 'Have I shrunk overnight?' It seemed the giants were at work again, secretly trying to invade their world through this connector gateway. She thought there... Continue Reading →

Create a free website or blog at WordPress.com.

Up ↑