Monthly Archives: January 2022

Soul letter

The alphabet fluctuatesFrom letters to emotion,As we embed our passionsOn pages forever frozen.We string text togetherAnd give it a meaning,Then we open our soulsTo a dictionary of feelings.Rhymes become inkedWith broken hearts,For the bleeding poetryTo be called art.Words become charactersAs … Continue reading

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The dust has settled

With opening and closing Creaky doors, An abandoned home Of broken drawers. The attic has secrets The basement holds webs, There’s old holey sofa And a damaged bed. Once a loving home Forgotten by time, The dials on the grandfather … Continue reading

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Shortlisted- The Abyss of Alice

I am so happy to share this news with my followers: one of my short stories, The Abyss of Alice, has been shortlisted. Out of 13,000 submissions, 1,025 stories have been shortlisted and mine is one of them. Yay!! The … Continue reading

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Skyline

It’s my WordPress 6 years anniversary this month. In celebration I thought I would re-share my very first publication. Thank you to all my amazing followers for supporting me throughout the years. I scour from the beautiful sky My wings are … Continue reading

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Save me a seat

Save me a seat When I’m no longer here, I’ll be at your graduation Listen close, and you’ll hear me cheer. Save me a seat At your wedding, I’ll be guiding you down the aisle And on the path you’re … Continue reading

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Mr time

He is judging me The man called time, Waving his hands at me Because he’s holding mine. Moving the dials forward He will not go back, The only time I see the past Is through the flashbacks. I can hear … Continue reading

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Red

Red is the smell of strawberries And the feeling of surprise, Red is the scent in the earthy soil And the blood flowing behind our eyes. Our first main chakra is called the root Associated with the colour red, It’s … Continue reading

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Inking agony

Paper can’t handleThe ink that I spill,There’s a curse hiddenBehind my quill.Letters turn to acidPaper to ash,The alphabet criesWhen emotions clash.My writing is messyThere is no design,I don’t fix in any boxOr in-between the lines.When it comes to artYou must … Continue reading

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Two night owls- Short story

Last night started out bleak. I was tossing and turning and counting the sheep. It wasn’t the first time, nor the last. The clock struck midnight and time was passing fast. “A cup of tea,” of course. I knew the … Continue reading

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The illusion of separation

We are dreaming because a lot of people are still sleeping. When we look at the world, it’s full of wonder and beauty. However, it’s also full of illusions, an illusion that many are still sleeping in. This illusion is … Continue reading

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Intricate

I live in a masterpiece An absolute work of art, Beauty is everywhere Created from the Universes heart. From the gravitation of the stars And the vibration of tunes, Love is everywhere Thanks to the Sun & Moon. Life is … Continue reading

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Divination

If time vanishesThen I want you to know,How the light staysJust to watch you grow.If your flame goes outPlease never worry,It will return for thoseWho are ready.Open your heartTo unconditional loveHave faith in yourselfAnd the stars above.We are all connectedEverything … Continue reading

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The Abyss of Alice – Short story

It was a snowy Friday night and the clock had struck midnight. I sat on my balcony ledge admiring the undisturbed snow blanketing the street. I had such a temptation to run through the snow and leave a trail of … Continue reading

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Little prince Olly – Short story

Short story I wrote for a children’s book. Little prince Olly Just could not sleep, He cuddled his blanket and even tried counting sheep. Little prince Olly Decided to go for a walk, The house was sleeping Even the dog … Continue reading

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