My entry for poetrybattles! Round 2, (face-off #8!) Theme: 'singing my song'
The sillage of the leaves, after the stiver of rain...
// six orbs of a story //
To travel from one place to another like a nomad
instead of being tied down to one place, whether by gravity or by the choices you made
A collaboration of merited mantras with @charliesheldon! Enjoy!
A poem on the beauty of a forest, written from the sun's perspective. On prompt: anticipation. Hope you enjoy! :D <3
Inspired by @clichepenname. An A-Z haiku series
A million pathways into my heart. All pictures, minus the first, are my own; yes, my foot is tiny.
Beware, beware... For @contestbuddies prompt: the dragon has awoken.
A small part of the ocean I'll forever carry in my blood
the way it was written was inspired by: The Lady of Shalott. the poem itself was inspired by the forest in front of my house.
it could rain sunshine
You don't want to go there. 🌲🌳🍃
A lunar goddess of the moon.
Ellipse Awards winning Fantasy story. (2020)
Day 257 of a Year of Prompts! I've been reading quite a bit of Edgar Allen Poe lately, so that's definitely an inspiration/influence of this piece
A veryyy short poem on the rebirth of identity. <3
But although the Phoenix is stronger
The Raven always gets the better of him.
This is after ragnarok, the mythological doomsday, according to the ancient norse.