she who loves, nurtures and protects us at every phase of our lives - she who is our saviour. I'm warning you before you read my story: It won't end well. This is for the challenge given by @haliebell, this is all i can think of, thanks for reading 💜❤ I held you your first minutes on this Earth
#2 in the Phobia Series. A story type poem based on 'autophobia.' Thank you for reading. <3 (Title slide from Pinterest. :D) Another go at ekphrasis (a poem inspired by artwork.) The painting I took inspiration from is about refugees by Eva Lewarne. A beautiful piece about a tragic situation. Thank you for reading. :) <3 I had an interpretation for this but I would love to hear yours! Thank you for reading. <3
I was given the prompt "Lap" by one of my lovely readers and I hope you all enjoy! Happy Mother's Day to those celebrating! A poem for my mother! (Also, I promised @salmakhatoon918 that I wouldn't do something scary/dark, so here it is!) :D <3 I'm feeling a little better now. I literally cried writing this piece! She keeps asking me why daddy doesn't come home, and it's getting harder and harder every time. a mantra for the new year. An inspirational, touching Tanka for today's prompt. Hope you enjoy! I hope you'll afford a reaction after you read this quick piece of mine! Please, take a peek at my diary. I can count her ribs. They stick out, protruding as I see her touch them when I walk past her open door. (Inspired by today's prompt: obsession. A story about bulimia/anorexia from a mother's viewpoin... 2nd tanka on today's prompt "peace" © "She can take the place of all but none can take hers", happy mother's day to all amazing mothers out there ☺😊 (a haiku) My first day, of nine, as my mother's carer. Sometimes life can be a struggle and it feels like there is no returning from the darkness
The fight continues, leaving everyone bleeding.