Transition of Thoughts

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Tag: Sun

Grey turns to blue

Grey turns to blue

Dusseldorf

It looks like a dull

and dreary day with the sun

lost amidst the clouds

Grey turns to blue

Dusseldorf

But then, grey turns to

blue and alleviates the

suffering of all

 

From almost being

underwater, the colours

have turned beautiful

 

It almost feels as

though the sunshine has devoured

the rain easily

Grey turns to blue

Paris

 

Linking to Ragtag Daily Prompt: Grey turns to blue, Fandango One Word Challenge: Alleviate, Your Daily Word Prompt: Devour, Tale Weaver #298 – Underwater, Heeding Haiku With Chèvrefeuille: Colours, dVerse Challenge MTB – Let your words ring out, Thursday Tree Love #97, Skywatch Friday, Wordless Wednesday

Sun vs Clouds

Sun vs Clouds

Sun and the clouds were having a tiff

with the sun trying to win the battle

Clouds weren’t ready to take it lying down

and both decided on a face-off

Eyes jealousy

Grey life

Pale heat

Pellucid quest

Solitudes wish

Inspired from The pale Impromptuby Samuel Greenberg

Linking to Poetics: The charms of Samuel Greenberg

I’m taking my blog to the next level with Blogchatter’s My Friend Alexa

Serenity

Serenity

The sun was lost in

the clouds as the calm waters

of the lake looked on

 

This scene mirrored his

life as he felt lost amidst

the uneasy calm

 

Linking to Ragtag Daily Prompt: Serenity and Sue Vincent’s Prompt

Crescent

Crescent

It was as if by

design that at the stroke of

dawn, the moon was out

 

The ferocity

of sun makes you think the moon

is just surviving

 

Lunar eclipse is

the chance to deterge sins just

like solar eclipse

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Hide and Seek

Hide and Seek

The sun and the clouds

played hide and seek as the rains

began increasing.

Linking to dVerse Challenge: Open Link Night #269

 

Hope is what we have

Hope is what we have

Someday, this will be over– only remembered like some half-felt and fading nightmare.

The sun is still rising from the east and setting from the west,

Birds are flying up and about without a care in the world,

Animals are roaming freely in their habitats,

The weather is having its usual cycles from one season to another,

The seas are going through their usual mood swings,

There is so much which hasn’t changed yet there is so much which is different,

Jobs have disappeared leaving many penniless,

There is a real struggle for food and water,

Businesses have been shut leaving people at home,

Cracks have appeared in family relationships leaving many broken families,

But hope is all what we have and can cling onto amidst this chaos.

Linking to First Line Friday, Thursday Inspiration & Linda Hill: Stream of Consciousness

I for India (Goa)

I for India (Goa)

Just landed at the Dabolim Airport onboard Indigo Airlines

I for India (Goa)

At the Zuri Resort in Varca, Goa

When you think of Goa, you think of booze, good looking men & women, beaches, the sun & sands, churches and so on.

I for India (Goa)

The sun rises on another day in Goa

I for India (Goa)

Nature at its best

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100 word fiction – The lifeless farm..

The lifeless farm..

The lifeless farm..

PROMPT -© Marie Gail Stratford

“Our lifeless farm is proof that this summer has been the harshest on record. How will we survive? The silo has grains that would last only for a few more days.”

Linda listened in silence as Sam expressed his utter disappointment. Disappointment was slowly turning into nervousness and fear. With consistent rains over the last couple of years, Linda and Sam had a bountiful harvesting season and lots to eat.

But this year, it hadn’t rained one bit. The situation had become so dire that if it didn’t rain soon enough, they would be forced to cut on their meals.

Written for the photo prompt and you can read the other entries here.

Linking to NaBloPoMo (National Blog Post Month – May – My post no 6 for this month.

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