Your Friday prompt for Stream of Consciousness Saturday is “the last photo you took.” Take the last photo you snapped. What’s the first word that comes to mind when you look at it? That word is your prompt. Enjoy! 30-07-2021 This evening we went to the lake in our place. It is a rain water harvested… Continue reading #SoCS July 31, 2021
Soft curling petalsDelicate and beautifulShining in the sun.
27-07-2021 It is 8.15 at night and it is pouring outside. We have been having sunny days since Friday. Suddenly dark clouds would gather and it would be rain. There was sunshine and rain together. I loved watching the shining raindrops. Friday evening, we went to the lake in our place. We were going there… Continue reading Everyday Moments(#SOL-2021)
Your Friday prompt for Stream of Consciousness Saturday is “color/colour.” Use it as a noun, a verb, or pick a color and write about it–use it any way you like. Have fun! Today I remembered my stay in Germany in 2017. I was with my daughter and family from first week of November to the third… Continue reading #SoCS July 24, 2021
Soaring to great heights The infinite sky above Is where birds belong.
20-07-2021 It has been raining every day from 8th. Earlier there were almost ten sunny days with occasional rains. On Saturday evening it started raining and did not stop till Sunday evening. We were wondering about the amount of water up there. Early yesterday morning there was silence around us. We were thinking what was… Continue reading Everyday Moments – (#SOL-2021)
Your Friday prompt for Stream of Consciousness Saturday is “least-favorite word.” Use your least-favorite word in your post. If you can’t decide on one, use a word that just really bugs you. Enjoy! Linda’s prompt excited me and set me thinking. I could not think of any word that I did not like. Words by themselves… Continue reading The Friday Reminder and Prompt for #SoCS July 17, 2021
Beautiful whistleIt’s tone pleasing to the earUnseen Whistling ThrushIt’s whistle unforgottenEven when absent for years. Many years ago I was surprised and thrilled to hear a beautiful whistle outside our window. I wondered who could be whistling so early in the morning. We heard the whistle many times. Then we learnt it was the Whistling… Continue reading Eugi’s Weekly Prompt – Unforgotten- July 15, 2021
13-07-2021 It has been raining heavily since 8th. Earlier, for almost ten days we had sunny days with occasional rains. So, it was good to hear the sound of rain. It was just pouring on Sunday. These rains are very important for agriculturist across the country. They are necessary for paddy cultivation. Radhika was telling… Continue reading Everyday Moments – (#SOL-2021)
The WhatsApp network Videos and messages Help connect people The whole of twenty twenty When a virus conquered us. The tanka is a thirty-one-syllable poem, traditionally written in a single unbroken line. A form of waka, Japanese song or verse, tanka translates as “short song,” and is better known in its five-line, 5/7/5/7/7 syllable count form.