The word I choose for the letter ‘O’ is Obsession.
The quote I choose to go with the word Obsession is- “I have an obsession with quotes because other people are so much better at putting my feelings into words than I am”.
Obsession/ Obsessive about something or someone is an extremely strong feeling. Until and unless your obsession towards something or someone is under your control, which does not harm anyone is fine I guess. As I said earlier, it is an extremely strong feeling, which is difficult for one to come out off. Currently I am obsessed with quotes, poems, short or a little lengthy stories. It could be about love, relation, inspirational or friendship etc. Quotes I usually read on Pinterest, Google, YourQuote and for poems, short or a little lengthy stories I read the post of the bloggers whom I follow.
The quote I choose to go with the word Intimacy is- “Intimacy is not who you let touch you. Intimacy is who you text at 3 a.m about your dreams and fears. Intimacy is giving someone your attention, when ten other people are asking for it. Intimacy is the person always in the back of your mind, no matter how distracted you are”.
Story Time: Anu and Raj were introduced to each-other by common friends. They had met couple of times in get-together & had spoken to each-other couple of times but usually formal. One day Raj accidentally met Anu in a CCD where she was sitting alone reading a novel and enjoying her cold coffee. He requested if he can join her for which she agreed. This time Raj tried speaking informally to know more about her, as he liked her on the very first day they were introduced. At one point of time the conversation gets very personal when Raj frankly tells Anu that he likes her and is interested to take it further if she is feels the same.
Day 2: Today’s prompt (optional, as always). Taking a cue from our craft resource, we’d like to challenge you to write a poem that plays with voice. For example, you might try writing a stanza that recounts something in the first-person, followed by a stanza recounting the same incident in the second-person, followed by a stanza that treats the incident from a third-person point of view. Or you might try a poem in the form of a dialogue, which necessarily has two “I” speakers, addressing two “you”s. Another way to go is to take an existing poem of yours or someone else’s, and try rewriting it in a different voice. The point is just to play with who is speaking to who and how. Happy writing!
Day 1- Todays prompt is to write a poem in the form of a love letter . . . to an object. Ideally, the poem will be a kind of riddle, where it’s not totally obvious that the addressee is your beloved childhood pogo stick, or a dish of pad thai from your favorite restaurant, until near the end. This is a great opportunity to play with some of the clichés and tropes of love poetry.
My Precious Love
You came as a gift, Into my life, Rescuing me, From long awaited, Drift of deep sorrows.
Poured my heart out, With no doubts, No fear, Of being judged, By you my Love.