Posted in FFfAW, Poetry Corner

New Found Peace


Sitting at the edge of the rock
Holding your ashes
Peace and tranquility
I feel internally

Watching the water
Carries you down the river
It brings along my pain
So that I may live again

Love and hatred for you
Though more of the latter
I pen it all down in this paper
Folds into a boat and tosses into the river

No more abuses
No more sufferings
Everything has ended
When your heart stopped beating

They said I couldn’t let you go
But they would never know
The way I’d lived each day
Was a living body in decay

Now…As the wind blows
I know there’s hope
For a better tomorrow
And peace overflows

© 2017 Fun Simplicity @ Simply Me. All Rights Reserved.

(116 words)

Written for Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers 110th Challenge hosted by Priceless Joy, and photo provided by Maria of Doodles and Scribbles.

Posted in Poetry Corner

No inspiration!

Today, is a day with zero inspiration.

A day, where I lost all motivation.

Not a single clue…

I’m seriously doomed…

Time for a left brain to right brain negotiation.

© 2016 Fun Simplicity @ Simply Me. All Rights Reserved.

Written for Limertick Challenge 8: Lost. Thank you, Rashmi for hosting this challenge.

Photo credit: Cheap Buy Essay

Posted in JusJoJan, Poetry Corner

Just Jot It January 21: Mittens


My little fingers hide

In my mom-knitted mittens.

My little hands look like balls of yarn

Attracts all the little kittens.

© 2016 Fun Simplicity @ Simply Me. All Rights Reserved.

Just Jot It January is hosted by Linda G. Hill. Thank you, Linda. To join in the fun, click here. Thanks to Candy for providing the prompt.


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Posted in Poetry Corner, Writing Challenge

Limerick Challenge: Magic


A swing of the stick,

burst all the lamps in the street.

A ladder descends from the sky,

into uncertainty… I dive.

This… is the moment of magic.

© 2016 Fun Simplicity @ Simply Me. All Rights Reserved.

Written in response to the Limerick Challenge Week 3: Magic, hosted by Rashmi at Mind and Life Matters. Thank you, Rashmi.