CCC#101 "Scared, Ronnie?" The elder girl called out, standing before a stone arched gate, rumoured to be the entrance to a witch's lair. "I'm not scared," her brother mumbled indignantly, entering after her. It was cold and dark, thin shafts of light streaming through tiny cracks. A stone gargoyle stood in the middle of the... Continue Reading →

Image at Pixabay The wheels of time rollUshers in constant changesA new rhythm is born. Written for Reena's Exploration Challenge #156 and MLMM's Heeding Haiku with Chèvrefeuille- change. © 2020, Cozy Quiet Corner. All rights reserved.

Image by  Brooke DiDonato Mrs Davis was considered to be a fit babysitter by the Rogers, for she was punctual, stern and well groomed, a mighty improvement from the last one who filled the position. But the three children felt that she was too incurious and strict to be their care-taker. They used to have... Continue Reading →

From Her Past

Written for MLMM's Sunday Writing Prompt- The food in the new restaurant was delicious/different/challenging. Photo by Tae Fuller on Pexels.com The food in the new restaurant was delicious, but Riddhi couldn't enjoy it. All she could think about was her future, balanced below the tip of a sword. When Milind had proposed to her, she'd been overjoyed... Continue Reading →

The Blind Date

Written for MLMM's Wordle #209 Élan- dash; Asunder- into separate parts; in or into piecesOddity- an odd or remarkably unusual person, thing, or event.MurmurThighsStrokeConfessPistolLipstickHugWinkFollow Other prompts: #FOWC- Dumbfounded; #RDP- Serious; #3TC- Rivalry, Blood & Gain; #YDWP- Onus Image- Matthieu at Unsplash "Are you serious, Rishi?" Sameer admonished, exasperated with his friend as he ignored his advice for... Continue Reading →

Vers Beaucoup

Written for MLMM's Saturday Mix- Lucky Dip where we have to write a Vers Beaucoup. The Vers Beaucoup, a poem for created by Curt Mongold, which is French for “many rhymes”. Each stanza consists of four lines with a rhyming word scheme of:a-a-a-a-b-b-b-c-c-c-d-d Each rhyme can only use a MAXIMUM of three words. The fourth... Continue Reading →

A Crosspatch?

Written for Saturday Mix- Rhyme Time, hosted by Mindlovemisery's Menagerie. ‘Rhyme Time’ focuses on the use of rhyme to build your writing piece. You will be given six rhyming words and need to use all of them (but not limited to these) in your response, which should be a poetry form of your choice.Our rhyming... Continue Reading →

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