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 Colleen’s Tanka Tuesday Challenge, Abhanga form.
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perceptions may differ
morgan le fay used love to lure men to her cove an illusion
men saw what they wanted
big castles and vessel why’s she the sea devil greed begets greed
Written in response to Colleen’s Tanka Tuesday #TasteTheRainbow Challenge.
her eyes slanted down
stuffed with tiny cotton balls she was being judged for the cloth she was built with the plush doll that never sells
had takers from everywhere tried hard as she could to be more like them and failed she could never fake enough
hidden in plain sight
behind stuff that have no use so she stays concealed away from children’s eyesight doll that dreams of being held
it was not her fault
her makers made her this way sadly she crumbles black and white pieces of her disintegrate and turn gray
she was never missed
alive or dead makes no change no one understands the leftover gray pieces people cannot see in shades
Written in response to Colleen’s Tanka Tuesday Haiku Challenge.
water trickling through
porous granules brings fragrance brew of petrichor
This is my attempt at writing Cinquain form of poetry. It follows the 2/4/6/8/2 syllabic structure. I am writing this in response to Colleen Chesebro’s Tanka Tuesday prompt.
I have penned down two poems, one describing the view outside the window (the streets) and the other the view inside the window (the house). Do let me know what you think of my attempt in the comments. Happy holidays, everyone! 🙂
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Outside the window
bustling past to do last minute shopping streets dazzle and chatter galore snowing
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Inside the window
around fireplace kids hanging their stockings next to tree adorned in glitz cozy
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