Category Archives: Writing Challenges

Challenges made to me for writing with guidelines; in a certain genre, with particluar prompts, to caption a photo/image or something else.

I have written for such challenges in goups like – 6S, T10, WSAM.1, etc.

strong bellows of wind

strong bellows of wind


surface snubbed as chilling air


coats my nasal hairs

 

© dld o1.o5.12

Mindful Writing Challenge – Day 2 – Morning Haiku

greyness shimmers gold
clouds part as daybreak unfolds
this day begins, AHHH!

 

dld © o1.o2.11

Mindful Writing Challenge – Day 1

The January Mindful Writing Challenge: A River of Stones

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i gathered all my thoughts
placed them all over the room
that i thought them in

now that i look at them

the Blue ones make sense.

dld © o1.o1.12

 

Awaiting Moon Glow

moon glows brightly on this march eve
as if it’s a finger tickle away
.
i shall nudge it’s dry cratered skin
as moondust fills the air i breathe
.
i will make a wish
for things like this don’t happen every month,
in fact,
this moon
brings in spring’s entrance
.
i’m only hoping, the bounty of gaia’s seedlings
will grab enough dirt
to grow food
to feed
those in need,
like in japan
where the land’s barren sustenance has been
poisoned
.

© dld march 19, 2011

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Once Upon A Time

Once upon a time, there was a woman who discovered she had turned into the wrong person. This is a story about things that happen for no apparent reason, other than to make connections between dreams of grandeur and the … Continue reading

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