Written in response to Sadje’s what do you see challenge.
bright streaks of stars
perambulate through the vast expanse of the universe carrying wishes for love, health, and happiness turns to dust, now spent tree at edge of woods offers everything it has shooting stars noone knew about
Written in response to Eugi’s weekly prompt, “Faraway”.
to faraway dreams and goals shimmering freight lights provide intermittent hope all alone in solitude
unknown lands await
new sunsets and sunrises magical feeling breaking through uncertain fog moon tugging the strings at heart
Written in response to Sadje’s What do you see challenge.
holding big-sized dreams
of making it on her own because she’s a girl she’s given hurdles to cross there’s no one-size-fits-all dream
slugs and girls alike
enduring pain quietly the salt from her tears killing her dreams while people wonder if it hurts when slug dies
Written in response to Colleen’s Tanka Tuesday, #TasteTheRainbow Challenge.
the rain-drenched landscapes
dust settled down, washed away their colours appear vivid and layered with nature and some rainbow promises
someday when shadows
of the past washes away all that remains are beautiful tinges of hope shoots of life in strengths of jade
Written in response to Eugi’s weekly prompt.
Syaibatul Hamdi at Pixabay
trees bereft of leaves
surviving pitiful eyes standing proud and tall unwilling to call it quits tinted lens to compensate