Poem: Moon’s Grudge

teasing through cloud lines slinking over my domain blinking stars from sky and breaking apart sheer blue with audacious orange hue I’m joining in the W3 prompt on Skeptic’s Kaddish today. Today, Punam wrote us a lovely prompt poem, which you can find here. These are today’s guidelines: Write about the moon from the sun’sContinue reading “Poem: Moon’s Grudge”

Poem: Steadfast Friend

open lemon palms clasping secrets in shadow more than just a weed orbiting luscious blossoms cast my gentle color wheel Today’s #TankaTuesday Challenge asks writers to reflect on the theme “useful”. Dandelions may have a bad reputation, but they always remind me of a quiet, dependable friend: returning loyally to familiar places, sharing memories, smilingContinue reading “Poem: Steadfast Friend”

A #TankaTuesday Tanka

above the cloud line capturing wonders through frame earth’s beauty remains within our perceptive gaze and beyond all that we are This poem is for the Colleen’s weekly #TankaTuesday Challenge, brought to us this week from David at Skeptic’s Kaddish. Here was today’s prompt: “This is a photo of David’s father. Please be aware thatContinue reading “A #TankaTuesday Tanka”