Fall fiesta 🍂#lynntuesdaypictureprompt

Your challenge or writing prompt is this: what emotions or feelings get evoked or aroused in you when you look at this photograph taken by Lynn This photo prompted me to write about my fall visit to Michigan few years ago, where we experienced a handcrafted fall fiesta, resplendent with autumn colors! Here’s my poemContinue reading “Fall fiesta 🍂#lynntuesdaypictureprompt”

Runner up in poetry competition@Kalamanthan

So glad to be a runner up in KalaManthan’s Second Poetry Prompt for English Poetry Writing. The prompt was “Falling leaves and Bare branches” And here’s the winning poem:- Title- Let’s rise this fall When the charms of summer sunshine and golden pleasantries begin to retreat And evocative winds pick pace, breaking a silence discreetContinue reading “Runner up in poetry competition@Kalamanthan”

Golden russets – Eugi’s weekly prompt

Fallen leaves and bare branches The golden russet strikes in aplomb Before the Halloween moon will pierce cold shivers In the spine of the season Brown magenta, yellow oranges Tinge of hues, dollops of crunch Let it go, says the esprit de corps of the fallen leaf bunch Fall fiesta is a color palette OnContinue reading “Golden russets – Eugi’s weekly prompt”

Come Rise this fall -Copper#Writephoto

Welcome to this week’s photo prompt.For visually challenged writers, the image shows a deserted path through the woods, carpeted with the fallen leaves of autumn. The host of the prompt is Sue Vincent! So here’s my take on the fall foliage!! Who needs flowers when curvaceous leaves of deciduous trees look so tempting? Autumn foliage isContinue reading “Come Rise this fall -Copper#Writephoto”

Rise this fall

Who needs flowers when curvaceous leaves of deciduous trees look so tempting? Autumn foliage is here and hues of greens yellows and browns camouflage into burgundy red and purple to complete the color Spectrum. The maples and oaks shed leaves and tens and hundreds of them bracing for the winters. The crispy crunchy fallen leavesContinue reading “Rise this fall”