Category: Writing Challenges

Happiness

full of grandiose ideas nature gifts us music in spring everyone says I love you Christine’s Daily Writing Prompt: Everyone Says I Love You Your Daily Word Prompt – Grandiose – January 25, 2020 A special shout out to Colleen’s – Wordcraft – Prose and Poetry – for sharing the Gogyoka in English poetry form my other…

Misunderstood

naive thoughts judgmental a leading precipitant to self-pity touchy feelings temperamental evoking a cry out in pain a quivering soul in purple rain Reena’s Exploration Challenge #119 Imagine two sides/perspectives/characters/mind-sets with the following names: Thinking Brain Feeling Brain Write about how these two interact, clash, complement or supplement each other. Reena’s Exploration Challenge #119 Friday, 5 lines…

Predictions nixed

Twenty-four/seven of fire and ice makes for sobering climatic shifts. As day turns to night there comes the golden hour revealing nature’s habits. Drama intertwined with accuracy births magical moments. What do you see # 13- January 20th, 2020 Tuesday Writing Prompt Challenge: twenty-four and ice – Tuesday, January 21, 2019 V.J.’s Weekly Challenge #80: habit Your Daily…

Listen, can you hear

let resentment be cast aside new destinations beautiful laughter from every direction let’s triumph in the sound of music Friday, 5 lines or less… – beautiful Reena’s Exploration Challenge #118 Your Daily Word Prompt – Triumph – January 16, 2020 Christine’s Daily Writing Prompt: The Sound of Music Eugi’s Weekly Prompt – Laughter – January 13, 2020 my other…

The Lullaby

peace is in the now lull of darkness brings new hope collecting moon beams Colleen’s 2020 Weekly #Tanka Tuesday #Poetry Challenge No. 160 #SynonymsOnly my other blog, PoetryPalette -Eugenia featured image – lovethispic.com

Holiday Aftermath

memories distanced cellared with endearing care looming of a void V.J.’s Weekly Challenge #79 – subtraction Frank Tassone’s #Haikai Challenge #121 (1/13/20): take down pine (decorations) (matsu osame) #haiku #senryu #haibun #tanka #haiga #renga This week, write the haikai poem of your choice (haiku, senryu, haibun, tanka, haiga, renga, etc.) that alludes to take down pine…