Tag Archive | Prose-Poem

The Daily Prompt – Grainy!

 

Yummy

Delicious

Heavenly

Bliss

Crunchy and creamy

With roasted hazel nuts

Crackling between the teeth

Some rich irresistible Coffee

And

Grainy chocolate chunks

Atop my ice-cream

Wow! The plausible taste of delightful

Nothing else matters

‘Cos it’s a taste of honey

Melting sweetly in the mouth

Persuading me to eat and eat

More of a Lip-smacking luxury

A crazy indulgence

Induced by summer time

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Submitted for the Daily Prompt – Grainy.

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Sentimental? Oh Yes!

People are wired differently and they see life differently. I can’t say I am not a sentimental person. Yes, I am very emotional and that affects the way I reason and the way I see things sometimes.

I am a very conscious human being and pay attention to the slightest detail. I exude positive energy and notice when you are sad and hurting and I’m quick to offer my shoulders for you to cry on. But most importantly, I’d bring you out of that low moment. My presence is ever infectious, a contagious spirit I like to call it. Continue reading

The Daily Prompt – Carousel!

I love the seasons. They come and go.

I love life even with its ebbs and flow.

Spring is a time of new beginnings, of fresh hope when the buds begin to bloom and new life sprouts up in nature.  During the summer time. Everything glitters and there is life everywhere in abundance. Then Autumn mounts the stage with its rich kaleidoscope of brilliant colours. The crisp air, the colourful sights of fall leaves add colours to our lives.  And then winter sneaks in quietly just as we are still feeling the crispness from fall. The cold gets colder, yet, winter continues to get wintry until it covers the ground with a blanket of white for us to walk on.  Continue reading

The Daily Prompt – Amble!

So today began on a sour note.  But I pulled through the sad demeanour as I got engrossed with work. A few hellos and some pleasantries from colleagues stimulated my senses and I found myself giggling at their casual talks.   Continue reading