A Language of Feelings

Paradise comes to us in many forms Mine came as a morning bliss Knocking bad dreams away The sun kissed my eyes softly to open Stunned by the display in sky I’m lost in a deep awe A paradise moment is lost in words It’s a language of feelings Tuck ’em well in your heartContinue reading “A Language of Feelings”

Hope After a Destruction

In celebration of the Thursday Tree Love, I picked this picture that I took 2 years ago during my trip to the city of Banda Aceh, located on the northern tip of the Sumatra Island in Indonesia. I don’t expect anyone to recognize the name Banda Aceh or the province of Aceh, but perhaps someContinue reading “Hope After a Destruction”

What is Anguish?

Sullen is the air being inhaled a wrecked land empty souls the once lush – now arid flat no promises left Moment’s gone though it had its chance with eyes closed picture them fragrant of cherry blossoms cries of children’s joy It’s still there beating deep at night feelings of uneasy some things never movedContinue reading “What is Anguish?”

When Love Has No Form

Left behind tunes of vain sorries mourned by no one– when love has no form Ronovan Weekly Haiku Prompt Challenge #354 – Form and Mourn MMA Sorytime Haiku Challenge – Tune #NaPoWriMo2021 – Day 19

Vanished

Her smiles broad but nervous stealing glances around then rummage through her purse – checking, that’s when a scream from deep inside erupts despair arrives after – no sign of it, vanished Butterfly Cinquain is a nine-line non-rhyming poem using a syllabic form of 2/4/6/8/2/8/6/4/2 Tanka Tuesday Poetry Challenge # 221 Synonyms Only – Prompt:Continue reading “Vanished”