This post is part of the #AtoZ April Blogging Challenge. It’s my second time and this year I’m going with micro-poetry—it’s a form that I’m going to be exploring through April and hopefully, beyond, playing upon the myriad moods and emotions of life through the varying short forms.
Today’s post stands for the letter ‘B’
It’s titled Beauty and it goes like this:
As always, I shall be looking forward to your constructive feedback and any suggestions are most welcome, as I’m looking to improve my attempts at crafting this form. Do leave your comments below and also please leave the links to your posts along with it, so I may visit you back.
I’m grateful that you stopped by the blog today. Thank you very much. I know it’s early days, but it’s important to remind myself every single day to stick around and not give up before reaching the finish line for this challenge.
Wishing you all a great week ahead.
See you tomorrow.
This post is part of the AtoZ April Blogging Challenge 2023, where people blog from April 1st to 30th except for the Sundays (sole exception being the 30th.) Click here to read more about it and to know more about the other blogs participating in the challenge this year.
Previous #AtoZ posts for this year’s challenge:
Simply beautiful this one, Esha. So much captured in a few lines. Love this one. ❤️
Thank you for those lovely words, Vinitha! Esp since it’s coming from someone who writes beautiful poems herself!
I love Earth’s reaction the most and his reaction to it was even more extraordinary. You are going so well, Esha. So please don’t think of quitting.
A charming piece. Art, nature, beauty, wonderment – you create quite an image.
The artist must be a master at his art!! Beautiful creation indeed, Esha!
I’ve not really read any micro-poetry before but that piece paints a lovely picture in my mind. Good luck with the rest of the challenge!
My B post.
This poem paints a beautiful picture in the mind.
Aww…I loved this one, Esha! I think it’s how every artist reacts, to the beauty of his muse and sometimes to his creations, no? 🙂