Poetry

graveyard drive (tanka #17)

  crossing the graveyard there is an eerie silence moonlight casts shadows  veiled behind the ensemble sending shivers down the spine   👉 If you liked this check out my other Halloween related posts  👇 🎃 haiku #31 🎃 Cacophony of Halloween (tanka #16) 🎃 fall 🍁 (haiku #29)       Let’s get Social: Twitter | Instagram image: Pinterest colleens-weekly-poetry-tuesday-challenge-eerie-costume/  

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Poetry

Cacophony of Halloween (tanka #16)

Hello Guys   Today i'm writing a Tanka for Halloween  let me know what you think.   via daily post: Cacophony a harsh, discordant mixture of sounds. "a cacophony of deafening alarm bells" synonyms: din, racket, noise, clamor, discord, dissonance, discordance, uproar witches on their brooms   riding into the darkness     din of halloween   flutter of bats, ghosts and… Continue reading Cacophony of Halloween (tanka #16)

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tanka #15

weekly-tanka-prompt-challenge using the words “beauty & dreams”. Tanka 1.  Must be exactly 5 lines 2.  Has a 5-7-5-7-7 syllable count 3.  Does not have to rhyme   I dream of beauty lost in that all knowing smile a place to call home far from the din of the crowd thinking, how it all began.     Connect with me on  Twitter | Instagram… Continue reading tanka #15

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haiku #31

  shadows in the dark the pumpkin patch is spooky Abode of Spirits   Haiku: The lines follow a 5-7-5 syllable format. A haiku must express a mood, thought, or feeling. It is usually written about nature. A haiku does not have to rhyme.   Thanks for Reading Connect with me on  Twitter | Instagram colleens-weekly-poetry-tuesday-challenge-no-54-ghost-haunt daily haiku images: Pinterest

Poetry

life (tanka #14)

  some happy some sad life is full of surprises some not at all bad trying to survive the storm dealing with all that drama         A Tanka is a  Japanese poem consisting of five lines the first and third have five syllables and the other seven making 31 syllables 5-7-5-7-7 Thanks for… Continue reading life (tanka #14)

Poetry

lost memories (haiku #26)

    hunting for letters in pages of the old book I find our first rose Connect with me on  Twitter | Instagram Colleen's Challenge daily haiku images: Pinterest

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hope (tanka #13)

  look in the distance the last leaf clings to the tree defying nature giving hope to those who seek nothing is lost forever   What is a Tanka? A Tanka is a  Japanese poem consisting of five lines the first and third have five syllables and the other seven making 31 syllables 5-7-5-7-7 giving… Continue reading hope (tanka #13)