Immortal

Just one more memory of sunset, carved immortally in my soul, a last plight before ending this fight, fading into eternity. #Tanka Tuesday Weekly #Poetry Challenge no. 217 – Theme: Immortality Poetry form was written using Gogyohka.

Hello Yellow

The world greets my eyes with yellow, and in awe I simply reply, hello. Life in Colour 2021 – Yellow February Last yellow for the month of February. It’s been fun for yellow. Can’t wait for the challenge of another color. All images belong to the owner of this blog, Erlyn Olivia.

Pride

Lone soul in bare night A beacon, beckoning love Pride, in world so lost Loneliness, has many faces. When finally unveiled, invokes fragility amidst pride, blocking one from admitting. My reaction in the form of haiku and gogyahka to an invoking image and challenge from Sadje’s What Do You See #69.

Unbeaten Path

Quiet is the land ahead, barren, dreary, deserted. Uncertain, yet intrigued, she halts and ponders, should she take it? Crispina Kemp is the creator of Crimson’s Creative Challenge #118. I answered the challenge with my own picture and a gogyohka poem. The picture is an old picture from 10 years ago when I found this…

Oh Daisy, Daisy

“I love daisies… They’re so friendly. Don’t you think daisies are the friendliest flower?” ~Kathleen Kelly, a character from You’ve Got Mail HAIBUN: Daisy has such a simple, easy, uncomplicated, yet elegant form. Its whiteness seems so pure and clean, despite its nature as a wild flower. The form has a cheerful character, similar to…