Haiku Prompt: Truth and Honour

Another week has passed and so it is time again for another haiku prompt. It’s so interesting to see people’s take on the challenge words- which this week are Truth and Honour. This week I have decided to write a tanka in homage to a creative genius who sadly passed today. If you would like... Continue Reading →

Haiku Prompt: Question and Resolve

Another week has passed and so it is time again for another haiku prompt. It’s so interesting to see people’s take on the challenge words- which this week are Question and Resolve. This week I have decided to write a tanka. If you would like to have a go at the weekly haiku challenge, you... Continue Reading →

Photographs Hold Secrets

Photos hold stories, They hold moments forever, They tell my story, Better than I ever could, Whispering a thousand words. If you look closely, Photographs hold my secrets, Look you'll see it's true, They hold all of the secrets, I wouldn't have said to you. Photos can not change, Though the people in them can,... Continue Reading →

Looking For Stars

When looking for stars, I don't have to go that far, I look in your eyes. I can be lost for hours Exploring all of your soul.

Making Dreams Work

When she closed her eyes, She saw her perfect future, Then she opened them, She worked at the life she dreamed, One day, it wasn't a dream. If you dream about something, work until you can do it. Though it may be difficult and unpredictable, if it makes you happy, what have you got to... Continue Reading →

Haiku Prompt: Art and Compass

Another week has passed and so it is time again for another haiku prompt. Although this week I have written a tanka. It’s so interesting to see people’s take on the challenge words- which this week are Art and Compass. If you would like to have a go at the weekly haiku challenge, you can... Continue Reading →

Everyone Needs Love

Though his hands were warm, His heart was frozen in ice, Though his heart was cold, I could see he cared for me, The ice just kept his heart safe. Nobody could see, The way that he cared for me, They could see the front, The ice cold front he put up, But that didn't... Continue Reading →

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