Poem written for AllPoetry contest based on the word prompt “Endoscopy” that had to be 50 words or less.
Have you ever been extremely tired? Fatigued mentally. The last couple of years have especially tiring. Here is a creative take on this extreme tiredness and what happened after as “Catharsis IV”. Written as a poem of THREE parts, this is presented as three poem posters.
Have you felt weighed down? Disinterested and just don’t care?
Do you know that you will feel lighter, if you pen these feelings down? A brilliant cathartic solution it is. Here it is creatively visualised as “Catharsis III (Peel)”.
A digital painting by Aishwarya Vidhya Raghunath stirred the wordsmith in me. A brilliant rendition it is, of the darkness of fiery Corona red, the lonely quarantine nursed with love from afar and the golden sliver peeking, a sign of hope.
Here it is in verse form as “Lonely?”.
Thank you Aishwarya.
“Have you felt pain so deep that sucks everything turning you into a ‘living dead?’ . A creative that I wrote for @AllPoetry contest on “Pain or Love” in 26 words exactly.
Dark can be beautiful and shiny or real ugly. Isn’t it sad that when it adorns humans, it is most often the latter?
A creative 15 word brevity contest at AllPoetry based on the prompt ‘dark’. (Oh, it was awarded Gold.)
As I cycle early dawn, I see goats huddled at the butcher shop, and wonder if they know it will be the last sunrise that they will see.Submitted for AllPoetry brevity contest – 20 words based on prompt “Cruelty”.
Have you noticed the clock running at different speeds during various phases of life? Here it is captured as a poignant creative “still waiting”. Written for @AllPoetry contest based on prompt “waiting”, that should be 20 words max.
A soldier he was Fair and handsome Full of life Caught in crossfire He returned home in an urn Absolutely still Charcoal grey — Written for Allpoetry.com contest based on the prompt “Charcoal grey” that has to be exactly 23 words. Featured image courtesy : http://bit.ly/charcoalgrey295
In today’s world, the real and perceived are blurred, artificial and natural seem to be indistinguishable, and one’s external facade does not mirror their inner being. In the book “The biology of belief” the author Dr Bruce Lipton establishes a strong connection of how belief can heal the physical body. The wellbeing is an issue today and the more so mental health, which deeply also affects the physical body. Here is my take on how…