Hospitable:Ragtag Daily Prompt

Hospitable! How do you define it? Looking after your guests,being friendly and cordial to them! This is the literal meaning. And metaphorically,the connotations are many. Hospitable means to have a large heart that is full of love and joy. It means to make more out of less. It gives you a sense of satiety that… Continue reading Hospitable:Ragtag Daily Prompt

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She’s all light and wonder

She thought that she was without beauty, Like a candle devoid of a spark, So she set her feelings on fire. And prayed that it would be her salvation, She was like a river that had run dry, So she filled those cracks with the sweet sound of her laughter. And a flood of tears… Continue reading She’s all light and wonder

A wish

I wish to see the world, I would leave through the front door of my mind, Without one single glance behind me. For the sky hangs heavy on my shoulders, I feel claustrophobic, Like I have forgotten how to breathe. As the distant thunder rolls, I long to see where it roams. To feast my… Continue reading A wish

She made me smile

The darkest night, A lonely soul, And the blind void. A bottomless abyss, The frightening gong, The deafening death knell. The burgeoning avalanche, The rumbling earthquake, The venting lava. They all take me in, They all immerse me, In gory vengeful wrath. But as I fall down, A light hand wrests my slide, With a… Continue reading She made me smile

Daily prompt: Juxtapose

Juxtaposing too many things together, Juggling all the balls, One by one with elan, That none slipped from her hand. Tying all the loose ends up, Sewing them tight, Closing the crevices, Plugging the loopholes, She made many out of few, She made much out of little. She let the waters deluge all, Only to… Continue reading Daily prompt: Juxtapose

Daily prompt:guilty

She was guilty For she did not conform. She could not be reigned, So she was shackled. She wanted to run free, They tied her hard with ropes of rules. Her wanton streak, Her untamed spirit, They made her conscience guilty. For she was to be, What she had to be, And not what she… Continue reading Daily prompt:guilty

When the tempest died down

The tempest died down, The stormy winds now pacified, Their anger dissipated, They no longer whistle that hollow rumble. They blow sweet and satiated, The gentle rustle, Creating a melody in symphony. The trees tired after the dance in the gale, Now repose in still slumber. The branches brown and bare, Stare at the leaves… Continue reading When the tempest died down

Sunday saying

Smile and the world will laugh with you, Shed tears and none will hold your hand. In jubiliation,there is a crowd. But in need none is around