Thanks to Freya for choosing another one of my haiku for her 'disintegrate' themed session. It's an honor. Please visit Pure Haiku to read it as well as many other wonderful choices.
in silence he waits his heart captured by her love faithful till the end It wasn’t my intention to double up prompts for this challenge but both images conjured similar feelings for me. As if they are two warriors on opposite sides of a battle, patiently waiting for that moment when they're released from their… Continue reading he waits
Her, barely breathing And him, heart barely beating Become them, barely Thanks for the great inspiration Word of the Day Challenge
She planned to go at first light. But as the rays filtered through the slats, she felt a moment of doubt. No! It had to be now. If she didn’t go now, she’d never go. Her ‘no’ spun into a maybe until it was a yes. Then she’d be stuck. Forever. No! Now beckoned.… Continue reading Following the Sun
heart aflame, I cry my burning lips spilling pain as I am engulfed Image by Gloria Williams from Pixabay Thanks to Patricia's Place and her In Other Words challenge for the wonderful inspiration.
falling for Peter Tinker Bell took a tumble and her light went out This fun little haiku (or this statement on the dangers of falling for an immature emotionally stunted man-child) was inspired by Ronovan Writes Haiku Challenge (tumble / tinker).
to break me, condone my sins fill a laundry list plenty to choose from Thanks to the following for the inspiration (prompts) of laundry, condone, and plenty: Rag Tag Community Word Challenge and Fandango's FOWC and One Daily Prompt.
Like words on the page before the fire consumes them I read you deeply Thanks to Susi at I Write Her for the great photo inspiration / challenge! Additional Photo (book/heart) courtesy of Kaboompics .com on Pexels.com
when day turns to night the echo of your heartbeat stays my fleeing soul Thanks to Ronovan Writes for the inspiration. I used synonyms today: echo and heartbeat (for sound) and heartbeat and fleeing (for motion).
Not willing to stop I carve my name on your heart Beginning anew Written for Colleen’s Weekly Tanka Tuesday Poetry Challenge. These week’s synonyms only words are origin (beginning / anew) and write (carve.) Read the rules and find links to other great submissions here.