Day 26: And now for our prompt (optional as always). Taking our cue from today’s craft resource, we’d like to challenge you to write a poem that includes images that engage all five senses. Try to be as concrete and exact as possible with the “feel” of what the poem invites the reader to see, smell, touch, taste and hear.
I love food, since I am a foodie and the prompt was to write a poem on five senses, I just could not think of anything else but food. 😉 😛 I chose to write on this sweet dish as it holds some sweet memories too not only because it is sooooo yuummmmiiiieee. 😉 😛 . Hope you like the poem and the sweet dish. 😉
Art Of Cooking!
Cooking is an art,
To master, Its not an easy task,
It begins with eyes ends with ear.
The quote I choose to go with the word Witty is- “A Witty quote proves nothing.”
A witty quote might not be able to prove anything at all but it might make a person laugh, it might come to your help in-case you are trying to impress someone, 😉 it might bring someone close to you, it might be a perfect response to shut someone’s mouth for their attitude problem. There are two types of witty where one is a funny non harmful statement whereas the type two witty statements are the criticizing, finding flaws in a person. Yes, there is a good side and a bad side of being witty.
Day 25: And now for our daily prompt (optional, as always). Today, we challenge you to write a poem that takes the form of a warning label . . . for yourself! (Mine definitely includes the statement: “Do Not Feed More Than Four Cookies Per Hour.”
Wakeup, It is a warning,
Get your determination,
Set your goals for weight reduction.
A betterment warning,
Remember, not to lose your temper,
Learn to stay calm and keep smiling,
Better, lose your sharp tongue forever.
The word I choose for the letter ‘V’ is Vulnerability.
The quote I choose to go with the word Vulnerability is- “Vulnerability is Terrifying. The courage it takes to reveal your Heart is one of the most daunting and yet rewarding experiences in Life. It will set you free.”
Today I am trying a short poetic sad love story for the A to Z Challenge 2018, letter V for Vulnerability.
Short Poetic Sad Love Story:
His & Her Vulnerability!
Made her confess,
Her feelings towards him.
Day 24: And now for our prompt (optional, as always). Today, we’d like to challenge you to write an elegy – a poem typically written in honor or memory of someone dead. But we’d like to challenge you to write an elegy that has a hopefulness to it. Need inspiration? You might look at W.H. Auden’s elegy for Yeats, which ends on a note suggesting that the great poet’s work will live on, inspiring others in years to come. Or perhaps this elegy by Mary Jo Bang, where the sadness is shot through with a sense of forgiveness on both sides.
I am not sure if I have done justice for today’s prompt but this is what I could write about “Elegy with hopefulness”.
An Elegy, But With A Hope!
How do I write an Elegy,
A hopeful one,
When my heart is edgy,
Of memories I have none.
Memories of your pamper and love,
When you were alive,
Neither side of grandparents,
Were attached with sentiments.
The quote I choose to go with the word Ugly is- “UGLY isn’t a way to describe someone’s looks, it’s a way to describe someone’s personality.”
Unfortunately according to most of the people beauty is measured in terms of physical appearance, you are beautiful only if you are fair, tall with zero-size figure, sharp features and you get brownie points in-case you wear branded cloths and accessories. The rest of them who are dusky, fat, too thin, short etc are all labelled as UGLY.
Day 23: And now for today’s (optional) prompt! Kate Greenstreet’s poetry is spare, but gives a very palpable sense of being spoken aloud – it reads like spoken language sounds. In our interview with her, she underscores this, stating that “when you hear it, you write it down.” Today, we challenge you to honor this idea with a poem based in sound. The poem, for example, could incorporate overheard language. Perhaps it could incorporate a song lyric in some way, or language from something often heard spoken aloud (a prayer, a pledge, the Girl Scout motto). Or you could use a regional or local phrase from your hometown that you don’t hear elsewhere, e.g. “that boy won’t amount to a pinch.”
Sounds Can Make You Smile Or Go Wild!
There are sounds that can make you smile,
There are sounds that can make you go wild,
Let me list out a few that makes me smile,
And a few that makes me go wild,
We all have a list of few hates and favourite,
Here is my list of both the sound.