TANKATUESDAY WEEKLY #POETRY CHALLENGE NO. 243, #SYNONYMSONLY

Ruth, from RuthKlein’s Scribbles, has selected words: Family & Peace My synonyms are clan and love I have written an Abhanga. Love: A Requiem times strange now we live inclan of near and dear onesblood ties yet love outrunseach to his own show of lifetime charadesstoic coldness aboundsself interests compoundtrue love no more Via :… Continue reading TANKATUESDAY WEEKLY #POETRY CHALLENGE NO. 243, #SYNONYMSONLY

TANKATUESDAY WEEKLY POETRY CHALLENGE: #POET’S CHOICE

I have written a Seguidilla that began as a popular dance song of Spain. It has 7 lines and syllabic, 7-5-7-5 : 5-7-5 .It is rhymed by assonance xaxabxb or xaxabab. x being unrhymed. times of yore now misty veiledbeckon me in zeali know i have once been therestones once tread weatheredcaress deep my soulthat longs… Continue reading TANKATUESDAY WEEKLY POETRY CHALLENGE: #POET’S CHOICE

The Friday Reminder and Prompt for #SoCS Sept. 4, 2021

Friday prompt for Stream of Consciousness Saturday is “pin.”  Game of life- game of nine pins, Falling down to life's buffets, It rolls out one blow after another, Hits and misses, You fall to rise again, Pinning blame on Tides, In contrived Fate,you take solace Seeking good in all wrongs, You hope to shine again… Continue reading The Friday Reminder and Prompt for #SoCS Sept. 4, 2021

TANKA TUESDAY #POETRY CHALLENGE NO. 241, #SPECIFICFORM: TANKA PROSE

. Nature's Wounds I could always see a canopy of green trees outside my window.A plethora of birds rested and ambled on the branches as tiny squirrels climbed up and down,their bushy tails meticulously curled. The cuckoo sang to welcome the spring and parrots sat regally on the trees. In the rains, shiny leaves glistened… Continue reading TANKA TUESDAY #POETRY CHALLENGE NO. 241, #SPECIFICFORM: TANKA PROSE