"It’s the first of the month and Word Crafters, choose their own poetry form about Yule, Hanukkah, Christmas, Kwanza, and any festival or tradition celebrated during the month of December or something meaningful as we go into the dark days of winter." I have attempted a double Choka When Sun froze cold seeps through my… Continue reading TANKATUESDAY WEEKLY POETRY CHALLENGE NO. 255: #POET’SCHOICE (WITH A TWIST)
A magic wand at the stroke of midnight would vanish away all turmoil - hope lives on ................. Best wishes for 2021!!🌸🌸🌸
"As curtains fall down to the year going by, untold beginnings await to arise with a baited breathe." Via: https://lindaghill.com/2020/12/30/one-liner-wednesday-energy/
Thanks (a Gogyohka) Days of travail now ending They swept you in their tide A passive trance held you You move ahead only grateful That you survived the tornado. Via: https://wordcraftpoetry.com/2020/12/01/tanka-tuesday-poetry-challenge-no-205-poetschoice/
Today is the festival of Lohri in North India. Sitting in the biting chill besides the bonfires,basking in its warmth and revelling in the love of our dear ones. Crimson ember sparks, The wintry haze shuddering, As new hopes dazzled.
A goodbye to the year that was, Letting go, Bygones are begones. Now, I can only stand and stare, As the kaleidoscope of life unrolls, The hits and misses, The high and lows, Each leaving its mark, Imprinted on the sands of time. As the clock strikes twelve, The music will blare aloud, As the… Continue reading Good- bye