Poem Published!

Watercolor, Portrait, Character, Girl, Woman, Flowers

Happy to share that my poem “Spring” is published on Spillwords.

Please click here to read the poem.


Haiku – Seasonal Transformation!

New Zealand, Moss, Winter, Snow, Cold, Transition

winter hibernates

frozen conversations thaw

heralds vibrant spring


In response to Carpe Diem , exploring beauty of haiku #1826 :Juxtaposition

A challenge to write a haiku in which we use juxtaposition.

Any time unlike things bump up against each other, you can describe it as a juxtaposition.

Juxtaposition of two contrasting items is often done deliberately in writing, music, or art — in order to highlight their differences.


Happy Holi!

A Nonet for Holi!

(Nonet (9 – 8 – 7 – 6 – 5 – 4 – 3 – 2 – 1) progression downward of syllables)


The spring ushers in festive spirits

 vibrant blooms sway to the zephyr

tangerine, crimson or blue

a riot of colors

forgetting their woes

all come alive




Wishing all my blogger friends a very Happy Holi ❤ !


Haiku – Character & Affection

In response to Colleen’s weekly poetry challenge #71 for the prompt words Character and Affection with the condition to use only their synonyms.

A haiku triplet this time 🙂


Roses, gifts abound

celebrating love in style

happy valentines!


Spring brings in the warmth

 sanguine spirit envelopes

vibrant blossoms smile!


Her kind eyes showed hope

selfless devotion for all

universal saint!


Haiku – Dream & Dance

I have written two haiku’s for the prompt this week. Let me know which one you liked better.


Spring weaves pure magic

the vibrant blooms dance with joy

dreamy paradise!



Life’s dream in fragments

death plays a mysterious dance

the heartache follows!


In response to TJ’s Household Haiku challenge # 15 – Dream & Dance

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