Senryu Softly whispering Words of love and commitment My heart is stolen Christine Bolton - Poetry for Healing ©
A gritty wind blows between derelict buildings Long forgotten homes of the disenfranchised souls who lived there singing the blues Christine Bolton - Poetry for Healing © Frank Tassone is hosting D'Verse Poets tonight and has prompted us with a five line Japanese Poetic form. I have chosen a Tanka. Word Prompts Forgotten - Word of the Day The Blues - RDP
Senryu When your days are dark Do not lose sight of your path The light will find you Christine Bolton - Poetry for Healing ©
I kept quiet for so long checking my tongue and making silent screams Secretly hoarding thoughts into my own private stash Fatigued by the roller coaster of emotions that I navigate each day by just being the other half of you Some are better than others but mostly I am dragged behind hanging on for dear life My reserve worn thin and my emotions tangled in knots The only escape is imagining that cathartic moment when I finally release Christine Bolton - Poetry for Healing © Word Prompts Cathartic - Word of the Day Fatigue - RDP Stash - FOWC Image by Dietmar Wiedemann from Pixabay
Good morning and welcome to One Liner Wednesday. As usual I am looking for some humor to help get us through the week. I hope you enjoy this one.
Have a great day!
In response to Linda G. Hill’s One Liner Wednesday
Haiku On the horizon Dreams become reality Hanging on sunbeams Christine Bolton - Poetry for Healing ©
Maintaining composure You cannot see what is really going on inside of me You see ambivalence no care to give I’m a broken vessel from the life I live The dark side called Unable to fix This soulless specimen got lost in the mix Christine Bolton - Poetry for Healing © De Jackson is hosting Monday Quadrille at D'Verse Poets and prompted us with "Fix" A Quadrille is a poem of exactly 44 words excluding the title. Word Prompts Call - RDP Ambivalent - FOWC
Haiku In the shade of trees Feeling the coolness of moss Soft under the feet Christine Bolton - Poetry for Healing ©
Circle of Stones
Pale sun behind gossamer clouds Morning light fused in sleepy silver grey shrouding ancient stones in a cloak of mystery A pathway defining entry to a sacred site harboring history of centuries past Enticing, beckoning those who would surrender and dare to dance Christine Bolton - Poetry for Healing © In response to Sue Vincent's Weekly Write/Photo Word Prompt Surrender - RDP Promote Yourself Monday - Go Dog Go Cafe
Haiku Pink bougainvillea Tumbling over a white wall A picture postcard Christine Bolton - Poetry for Healing ©