Fear of the unknown - Moderna started out as a poem but I decided to list the process and symptoms in an article to accompany it. She's a bit worried when she must sign away any responsibility before she receives the vaccine, but she is happy she took this first step.
An esoteric look at Mother gaia and her cyclical movements of newness, growth, aspiration and renewal ... of spring. Expressed in both prose and poetry
Writing workshops can be both challenging and rewarding. And besides the writing challenges, you also encounter certain types of writers who tend to crop up in every workshop. This Haiku poem is dedicated to those writers I met during these workshops.
This is a short story metaphorically speaking about the consequences when you love others before loving yourself. Make sure to love and take care of yourself first. Better yourself everyday, while not caring who disapproves of your "self love".
John Keats, along with Byron and Shelley, was part of the second generation of romantic poets in 19th century England. His medical education gave him certification in medicinal training, but he turned to poetry, being essentially self-taught, and in five short years, he became a towering poet.
First sign of Spring is a short poem composed from a word prompt challenge. The prompt is "Spring". It tells the story of how she anxiuosly awaits crocuses to peep through the snow in her flowerbeds. Letting her know Spring is on the way.
Each week I will be tossing out a word prompt to help get our creative minds starting on the right track. This is the second week and the prompt is "Spring". Jot down a few verses or a paragraph. Whatever comes to mind. Then send me a link or post in comments.
Poetry: Word prompts help Creativity is about stumbling across a daily word challenge on Twitter. It gives examples of a couple of poems written using a word prompt. I am providing a weekly word prompt on Hubpages so others can create a short poem or story. Then post a link in the comment section.
Come on Judah
An unusual sonnet created by Hopkins to express his Christian faith in the apocalyptic return of Christ. Using the Heraclitean theory of nature, always in flux, ever-changing, as a contrast to the fixed idea of cleansing and an afterlife. Man's dross burnt off, revealing an immortal diamond.
This is about animals whom you loved the most as pet
A poem about Love, as a gift to a man of Love, through the eyes of a servant.
"People are becoming like robots, day by day, in this twenty first century. People nowadays travel more, but they do not hug others. People buy more things, but they do not value art. People nowadays do not love anymore; People are becoming like robots."
Two free-style Sonnets expressing the sublimity and loftiness of living in Light and Love
A Valentine poem addressed to my Beloved and cloaked in the image of sublimity, loftiness, imagery and beauty.
"I can not write interesting poetry anymore; I look back at the days, years ago, when Whenever I dropped myself to write poetry, words would flow genuinely from the computer keyboard, and fill the LG monitor; those days are gone by. I can no longer write poetry."
There are people who do not respect women. They are killed every other day in the name of honor. Don't they have the right to live their lives? They do not get the real identity in society. Some people consider them foot dust. Is honor not a woman's right? Woman empowering women.
A Hot Noon in Malabar focuses on alienation, identity and emotional longing. A poem of two halves reflecting the split in the mind of the speaker, far away from her family home, the place of good memories. her present situation is dark, full of strangers on such a hot noon.
This poetry - form describes Gems and Golden Rules for a healthy, wealthy, wise and happy living. At present times lives are full of stress, grief and sorrow. We need to be humble but not naive and timid. I have attempted to bring awareness for survival and happy living through this write up.
Two free-stye Sonnets on Light and Love
The Universe As Primal Scream explores the emotional reaction we have when we hear children scream and cry. As humans we're grounded in reality, yet what is our role in the bigger scheme of things? Are we insignificant? Are we helpless victims? Mortality against higher power, with biblical allusion.
Amanda Gorman made history for being the youngest poet laureate at a Presidential Inauguration.
Since majority of the people living within the island voted for other candidates, their votes were shared among them, and this gives the new candidate among them a leverage to be at par with the old and renown candidate who is leading the chart…
The political party leaderships on hearing this says, “that is the spirit”, this is what we want each one of you to have in his mind, that politics of our island is not like politics in other islands where some leaders would die on the seat of power,