Inspired by MLMM's Tale Weaver- The End and incorporating Paula's Thursday Inspiration #82- Space. And in the end, the two became threeAs her scent pervaded these walls,wafting off your skin;She crossed the very threshold that I'd once marked in red. And in the end,there was just usTwo souls lying on far endsin the space between... Continue Reading →

The image below is from Corey Agopian at Unsplash. "The voter turnout has been phenomenal," the news anchor smiled for the camera, waving his hands as he went on to describe the country's first democratic election after the transition from so-called dictatorship. "For the first time, our nation has seen such diverse groups exercising their... Continue Reading →

Leaning patterns in symmetryA display of arranged beauty,These half circles and tall scaleDo build our world in detailAs I look at the lines squaredI find my senses ensnared,Leaning patterns in symmetryA display of arranged beauty. Reena is the host of Reena's Exploration Challenge- The prompt #157 is the above picture. The Octelle is a poem... Continue Reading →

Written for Donna's Sunday Photo Prompt. Here is this week’s photo, your challenge is to use the picture as inspiration to write a story in 300 words or less. Photo courtesy of Morguefile Leaning against a tree trunk, the lanky boy watched two figures approach him, the basket-ball captain and his girlfriend. "Did you get them, big... 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 →

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 →

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