Hope & Promise – Double Haiku

Written In Response To:

Your Daily Word Prompt – Anew – May 2, 2019

Word Of The Day Challenge – Luscious

BrewNSpew Cafe Words Of The Week – Sunrise & Sunset –  make this more fun and use both words in your creation(s).

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anew with the hope

of fresh beginnings each day

dawning of sunrise

~ * ~

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luscious with romance

is the sensual promise

of a sunset love

~ * ~

Sunrise Photo Credit:  Pinterest

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Down In The Valley

Bikurgurl 100 Word Wednesday: Week 77

What 100 words would you give this image?

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Down in the valley where the sun sets
warm thoughts of relaxing with a glass of fine wine
my lover by my side holding hands begins
our romantic night of unbridled intimacy
awakening to a morning love hangover
our souls content with the fullness of enrapture
knowing we’ve just begun a lifetime together
of sunsets and sunrises with afternoon ardor inbetween
living as if we were characters from an unending romance novel
filling the pages with more than what could be written about…

Oh, if only I could make my written words become my novel to live out in reality.

Moon Floating – Double Senryu

Senryu (also called human haiku) is an unrhymed Japanese verse consisting of three unrhymed lines of five, seven, and five syllables (5, 7, 5) or 17 syllables in all. Senryu is usually written in the present tense and only references to some aspect of human nature or emotions.

Moon Floating Dreams

golden hues trickle
upon dark rippling waters
stirring desires

of moon floating dreams
from the noises of the world
romance of silence

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Romance Of My Heart – Sedoka

Weekly Tanka Prompt Poetry Challenge Wk #94 – Moon & Romance

The “Weekly Tanka Challenge Prompt” is now also a Poetry Prompt Challenge (any form).

The Sedoka is an unrhymed poem made up of two three-line katauta with the following syllable counts: 5/7/7, 5/7/7.

The Katauta is an unrhymed Japanese form consisting of 17 or 19 syllables. The poem is a three-lined poem the following syllable counts: 5/7/5 or 5/7/7.  The Katauta form was used for poems addressed to a lover. A single katauta is considered incomplete or a half-poem, however, a pair of katautas using the syllable count of 5,7,7 is called a sedoka.

Romance Of My Heart

I remember when
we kissed under the full moon
before you passed from this earth

my lips still taste yours
the memory of us lives
in the romance of my heart

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