Quite a few of my friends don’t allow name/url option in their blogs, and they shower me with compliments I thank them for their one-sided support, (affection, appreciation is mutual) and eagerly wait the day when they will allow name/url option in their blogs. Some of them are:
Thanks again my dear friends.
The earlier poems are in the page above.
Today’s post is for:
Thursday Rally for Poets (which will be held once in every three weeks, and is being held this week 3rd to 9th March) @ http://thursdaypoetsrallypoetry.wordpress.com/
I saw her pouting
A fragile golden winged being
Sun has woken her up
And reported a theft.
He said the roses have stolen
The ruby of her lips
Sky has stolen
Crystal blue from her eyes.
Sunflower and daisies
Committed the sin
Took away a tiny bit
Of her lock’s gold.
She sat there pouting first
Then she laughed out loud
Laughing like a nightingale
She flew back to moon.
For Poetry Potluck @ http://jinglepoetry.blogspot.com the theme this week is Idols, Role models and Mentors
For haiku heights @ http://haiku-heights.blogspot.com the theme this week is “ice”
For Sensational Haiku Wednesdays @ http://youknowthatblog.com the theme this week is “hope”
For Monday Morning Writing Prompt @ http://liv2write2day.wordpress.com the theme this week
flash fiction within 100 words
The sunrise was brilliant that morning.
Such an odd day for them to even think
a thing such macabre as was their plan
they quickly started the action
the car was parked at the right place
people coming in and out of the gate
were oblivious of their plan
they hid themselves in a distant lane
watched the car and pressed the button.
after a few moments of expectation,
the teenage rogue fumed,
“It did not worked!”
They never knew why it did not
but the smart shopkeeper supplied them,
a fake remote not worth a single dime.