Tag Archive | Pollution

Hidden in plain sight

Day twelve of NaPoWriMo. Today’s prompt is to write a haibun. I was on the phone with a friend. I noticed a beautiful building. Was it a monument, a tomb of some emperor? I walked closer. It had more visitors than a monument. It turned out to be the post office. The high court looked […]

Animal Kingdom Returns

Day twenty four of NaPoWriMo challenges to write a poetry inspired by the marginalia on medieval manuscripts.  Humans have ruled the planet for too long, Changing it in everyway that seemed right, The greed and recklessness was bound to cost, As always, the price will have to be paid. Agriculture was where we started off, […]

Pollution

Day twenty four of NaPoWriMo. Today’s prompt is to concoct a poem out of two sets of words. One set of words that are distinctly poetic, and the other set containing mundane words. Waiting for an evanescent cool breeze, Willing the traffic signal to turn green. Craving a break in a bucolic place, Trapped in […]

Coral Reef

Day twenty two of NaPoWriMo. Today’s prompt is to write a poem observing earth day. A long time ago, when I was in school, I watched a documentary on TV. In a few moments I was mesmerized, T’was the most stunning thing I’d ever seen. A planet mostly covered by water, Surely had to have […]