A Beautiful Sunset

Photo by Philippe D. on Unsplash

(I)

horizon’s betting

all eyes not to skip the sight

or endless regret


(II)

with luck we will meet

once in a life time sunset —

leave prints in our mind


What Do You See #79

#NaPoWriMo2021 – Day 27

Night Owl

3nImage by Gerhard G. from Pixabay

pursue with instinct

dark silhouette framed by moon

precise and swift move


#NaPoWriMo2021 – Day 21. I think I’m at the lowest of my energy and passion on this 21st day. I can tell that my mind is fighting this pull towards giving up, especially when the days get very heavy and busy this week.

MMA Storytime Haiku A Day Challenge – Pursue

Moon (a haiku)

Photo by luizclas on Pexels.com

stare far into space

amidst the veil of darkness

find the faceless glow


#NaPoWriMo2021 – Day 17 Prompt is to write about the moon.

I can’t pass an invitation to write about the moon. Moon is such a magnet.

Twilight Sky (a haiku)

Image by Erlyn Olivia, “Twilight Sky”

chirping orchestra

with twilight bursting in sky

knocking dreams away


Ronovan Writes #Weekly #Haiku #Poetry Prompt #Challenge no. 350 – CHIRP and Twilight.

A Lone Soul

“A Lone Soul”. Image sketched and owned by author of this blog, Erlyn Olivia

(I)

cold frost still lingers

lichening wildly on vines

the lone spirit stands


(II)

naked and lonely

it whistles tirelessly

summoning love birds


Tanka Tuesday Poetry Challenge no. 215 – Poet’s Choice! This time I offer you another sketch of a tree and two haikus to accompany the sketch. Hence, what I actually offer this time is a haiga. Haiga is a haiku accompanied by a picture. Haiga, haiku, well, in reality the separation line is very thin. What’s more important is to enjoy making it.