Monologue

We met after many months maybe years all five of us. Each eager to see each other, we long time friends holding strong bonds within Each facing challenges and stubborn vices. Each fighting our own battles emerging victorious in ways best known to us. Some hidden desires,some painful veins. Oblivion to all of that,we sit... Continue Reading →

Astonish

  NaPoWriMo Day 30 : Yahoo ! Finally I have successfully written 30 Poems for the 30 days in April. I end this journey with pride, elation and lot of learnings  ! Thanks for each one who read my poems and encouraged me by their sheer presence . I have skipped away from the prompt provided by Napowrimo... Continue Reading →

The-Yellow-Halo

Napowrimo 2018, Day 27. Today’s (optional) prompt. Following Lauren Hunter’s practice of relying on tarot cards to generate ideas for poems, we challenge you to pick a card (any card) from this online guide to the tarot, and then to write a poem inspired either by the card or by the images or ideas that... Continue Reading →

A Response Poem-Crossing The Water

Today, we’d like to challenge you to write a poem based on the Plath Poetry Project’s calendar. Simply pick a poem from the calendar, and then write a poem that responds or engages with your chosen Plath poem in some way. The poem by Sylvia Plath - Crossing the Water is what I have selected. In... Continue Reading →

Post card for Grandpa

NaPoWriMo Day 28 :  And now for our prompt (optional, as always). Following the suggestion of our craft resource, we challenge you today to draft a prose poem in the form/style of a postcard. Dear Grandpa , You knew I didnt like the creche , where I was dropped after school , while mum-dad were... Continue Reading →

An elegy for my father

The challenge of NaPoWriMo today, Day 24 is to write an elegy – a poem typically written in honour or memory of someone dead. But we’d like to challenge you to write an elegy that has a hopefulness to it. This is in loving memory of my father who passed away last year in December... Continue Reading →

Garden

Day 21 , Prompt for today: myth of Narcissus. After reading the myth, try writing a poem that plays with the myth in some way. For example, you could imagine that imagine the water is speaking to you, the narcissus flower. Or you could write a poem in which the narcissus berates the Kardashians for stealing... Continue Reading →

Rain

Today the NaPoWriMo Day 19 challenge is to write a paragraph that briefly recounts a story, describes the scene outside your window, or even gives directions from your house to the grocery store. Now try erasing words from this paragraph to create a poem or, alternatively, use the words of your paragraph to build a... Continue Reading →

Dreams

Napowrimo 2018, Day 18. Today’s prompt Take a poem, preferably one not known to you. Cover all but the last line. Write out that line and then write a line to correspond or in response. Then take the penultimate line and do the same and so on back to the first line of the poem.... Continue Reading →

Telltale

NaPowrimo 2018 / Day 17. Today I felt like taking the Haiku lane. A warning presage Lightning screamed through the sky - as humanity cried      

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