A motivational poem on how to handle overwhelming thoughts,
30 April 2015
What can be the great way to celebrate the completion of the PAD challenge? Of course, writing poems, poems and more poems. Yet another poem for the "Bury" prompt. This is a cute love poem with cute thoughts, how 'he' thinks and how 'she' thinks about "Bury The Love?" thought. :-)
It’s the last day of the PAD challenge. I am happy that I could write poems for thirty days. I think, it’s really Gurukripa, without which writing a single word is impossible. And, your love and support, bless me for writing more and more with enthusiasm. This month I met many new incredible poets and read a lot of poems, enjoyed them, learnt a lot.
This month has been such an incredible celebration of poetry because of the daily prompts and motivation by Robert Lee Brewer on his editor blog-Poetic Asides. I have no words to thank you, Mr Robert Lee Brewer. :-)
Today’s prompt is Bury the (blank). I chose to write about verbal abuse once again for the last day. This poem is based on the mistakes we commit while giving advice to wounded hearts and verbal-emotional abuse victims knowingly or unknowingly. A suppressed victim doesn't tell us how they get more and more hurt by those simple looking words, "Bury The Past."
29 April 2015
Today is the 29th day of the Poem-A-Day challenge. Can you believe it? We are going to complete 29th day today together in the journey of poems. Today's challenge, by Writer's Digest, is to write a 'what nobody knows' poem. So, today's poem is about the truth that nobody knows. Yes! The truth which is not obvious, do you want to know it?
28 April 2015
The last three days of the PAD challenge are remaining. Today is the 28th day. Today's prompt by Writer's Digest, "Two for Tuesday" is to write a 1. Write a matter poem and 2. Write an anti-matter poem. Today's poem is a motivational poem about the conflicts between relationships and what matters for a happy life.
27 April 2015
PAD Day challenge 27, yes, it's 27th day of the April month, today. Today's prompt by writer's digest poetic aside blog is to write a looking back poem. When I look back, how April month began and how I started writing for PAD challenge, another poem is born, check it out,
26 April 2015
PAD Day 26 prompt by Writer's digest is to write a poem on a word or two invented by Shakespeare. It should be the title of the poem. I chose the word 'lonely'. Just like the color black, loneliness is also thought to be negative. However, I love to be lonely because I believe loneliness is positive, know how. Here is a poem Lonely! I love to be lonely,
25 April 2015
One more poem dedicated to some special moments and memories. This poem is dedicated to my dear Facebook friend and my sister Sanchita Biswas, who left this world a few years back.
24 April 2015
Today is the 24th day of April month and our poem-a-day challenge. Only six days are remaining after this poem. Today's writer's digest suggestion is to write a moment poem. A poem dedicated to some simple moments which became the most precious ones.
23 April 2015
Today is the day 23 of the PAD challenge and writer’s digest prompt suggestion is to write a historic poem. Today is Adi Shankaracharya Jayanti (birth anniversary). So I decided to write a poem, dedicated to Adi Shankaracharya.
22 April 2015
It's PAD Challenge day 22 today. And, Mr Robert Lee Brewer has suggested to write a poem on nature. As we have hot Indian summer to inspire us, I thought to dedicate a poem to the scorching sun.
Dhule has crossed 40 degree Celsius temperature this week and it's terribly hot here. Here is a poem, how summer affects our emotional health.
21 April 2015
20 April 2015
Today is the day 20 of April month's poem-a-day challenge. It has been a fantastic journey so far. Today's prompt is to write a poem with the title "My (blank), the (blank)" where we are supposed to create a new phrase or word for the title. I am absolutely drenched in writing and reading poems this month, so couldn't think anything other than poems, "My Poem, The Light".
19 April 2015
18 April 2015
For today's challenge the prompt is different, a poem with words containing two vowels. I tried words with "a" and "o". This micropoem is a dedication to poems the art of poetry.
17 April 2015
Poem-A-Day challenge prompt for today, day 17th is to write a swing poem. I have a cute little flower of Lily with me, today, to share a swinging poem, a poem swinging with joy with all of you, dear friends!
16 April 2015
The challenge for the day, sixteenth of April PAD event, is a science poem. Today's dedication is to great poets and their great poems. So, what I thought scientifically is that...
check out today's poem,
check out today's poem,
15 April 2015
14 April 2015
PAD Challenge day 14 prompt is to write an honest poem or a dishonest poem. So here is what I thought,
13 April 2015
12 April 2015
The prompt for PAD challenge day 12, suggested by Robert Lee Brewer is 'damage'. For this challenge I am posting my first thoughts, for most of the days, when I read about the prompt. When I read about damage, I couldn't think anything other than sleep. Here is a poem for the challenge,
can’t weave new dreams
11 April 2015
10 April 2015
09 April 2015
PAD challenge day 9 writer's digest prompt is 'work'. Work has many aspects and so variety of poems can be written on this topic.
I was a workaholic person and was proud of it. This habit can lead to burn out. When I realized where I was going wrong and I redefined my lifestyle and yes! there isn't anything to feel proud about it. Now, I work more and but rarely get tired. Just a simple poem on this positive and productive change.
08 April 2015
One topic I thought to write poem on was a word twenty two. Today is eightth day of poem a day challenge and summer is making it difficult to write every day. So I am feeling like how I am going to write for 22 days more a poem on these thoughts...
07 April 2015
06 April 2015
We are here today on the day 6 of PAD challenge. I have chosen 30 topics for this month and I am enjoying writing for Writer's Digest challenge as well. Today, I mixed my plan to write about poems with the Writer's Digest PAD day 6 topic. It is about writing a things-not-as-they-appear poem. This is challenging and I thought to write about me and my poems and mainly about how much 'me' is present in my poems. I am sure, you'll enjoy today's poem.
05 April 2015
For PAD challenge Day 5 thought to write poems on Writer's Digest prompt only. Writing more poems becomes difficult sometimes. Also, we have taken many serious topics for poems. Let's enjoy something lighter today. The topic suggested by Robert Brewer today is vegetable.
04 April 2015
Writer's Digest, April PAD challenge day 4 topic is departure. When I read this word, first feeling came in my mind was the grief I felt after the departure of my Sadgurudev H. H. Shri Narayankaka Maharaj. I thought not to write a sad topic. When I started writing, I am surprised to see my positive feelings...
03 April 2015
02 April 2015
01 April 2015
The poetry month, the month of April has begun and poets are participating in Poem-A-Day challenge. As I wrote in the earlier poem, a new poem every day, we are also going to celebrate the PAD challenge.