Reena’s Exploration Challenge #148

Welcome back to another week of creativity! PROMPT #148 I am inspired by the following words, and offer the same as a writing prompt for this week. SilhouetteShadePhantomSpirit No, you don’t have to use all four. You can use one or more of the given words in your piece - poetry or prose. You may …

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A book is born

Sarah gives us a Roundabout in her Lucky Dip Challenge this week. The Roundabout is a four stanza poem, with each stanza consisting of 5 lines. The poem is written in iambic and the lines have 4 feet, 3 feet, 2 feet, 2 feet and 3 feet respectively. The rhyme scheme is abccb/bcddc/cdaad/dabba. Roundabouts can be …

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Cee it happened again

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Reena’s Exploration Challenge – 77

Welcome to a very special week of the year! Many of us look forward to it, many are weary of the hoopla that doesn’t get anywhere. The journey has been chronicled by a few, but the story gets outdated very fast, as newer versions emerge. Yes, you got it right. It is about half of …

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We don’t have snow here, but the occasional hailstorm and heavy rains. Rains are predicted to dog us till the end of March, when normally, summer starts at this time. The winter clothes are not yet sent to the cleaners before being packed off for eight months. what’s the disturbance?light snow on TV screensindicative ofbad …

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Moving on

This day was summer when the sun shone, and biting winter when clouds overtook the sky, a tumultuous mix of seasons in the span of an afternoon. I enjoyed my morning walk today, as the Sun greeted me. I wonder if the Moon is on a monthly break today, or is unable to see me. There …

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