#TANKA TUESDAY #POETRY CHALLENGE NO. 206 #SYNONYMSONLY Meander & Drift

Colleen’s Syllabic Poetry Challenge:

Prompt words, but remember, we need to use synonyms, not the actual words!

mingle and drift

Snowflakes meander
From the sky, to the cold ground
Blending together
Creating icy blankets
To warm Mother Nature's spoils

Ritu 2020

2020 WEEKLY #TANKA TUESDAY #POETRY CHALLENGE NO. 204, #THEMEPROMPT – Truth

Colleen’s Syllabic poetry challenge!

This month’s theme is a haiku written by Sue Vincent:

clouds cover the moon,
beyond dawn's pale horizon
sun rises unseen

©2020 Sue Vincent
Here's my take:

Truth is never hidden
Eventually, you'll see
Reality bites

Ritu 2020

Colleen’s 2020 Weekly #Tanka Tuesday #Poetry Challenge No. 177 #SynonymsOnly – Transition & Harmony

Colleen’s Weekly Syllabic Poetry Challenge with two prompt words this week – but remember, you can’t use the words, just synonyms!

Transition & Harmony

Too many changes
An interruption of peace
As the world digests
Senseless advice has been given
Are we just lambs to slaughter?

Ritu 2020

I think that this #CoronaVirus is really getting to me!

Colleen’s 2020 Weekly #Tanka Tuesday #Poetry Challenge No. 175, #ThemePrompt The Day After

Colleen’s Tanka Challenge, this week, is a theme based one and the theme has been set by Elizabeth, from Tea and Paper.

The Day After

Twas the day after
That wonderful night before
The night I met you
Just imagine, one meeting
It changed my life completely

Ritu 2020

Colleen’s 2020 Weekly #Tanka Tuesday #Poetry Challenge No. 160 #SynonymsOnly

It’s Tuesday, and that means Colleen’s Tanka Challenge! Of course, just providing a couple of words would be far too simple, so we have two words, yes, but we can’t use them! Only synonyms allowed! And only syllabic poetry!

“CALM & PRESENT”

In this moment, I 
Feel a sense of peace within
Relaxing my mind
A gift from the universe
All stars and planets aligned

Ritu 2020

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