find me inside this hodgepodge: a haibun

For some reasons, a year ending has never made me reflective. I always feel like my heart is sprinkled with pastel joy from December until the first few days of January. It is the time of rest, no, not really. It is the time of doing and travelling a lot, but not for salary, but… Continue reading find me inside this hodgepodge: a haibun


Denouement: A Diamante* Begin fresh, new opening, hoping, reaching, start, pristine, tainted, decayed closing, sulking, hunching, old, tired end. — ©2016 Rosemawrites@A Reading Writer. All Rights Reserved. Photo credit: Word Inspiration: Sarah Doughty of Heartstring Eulogies (Thank you, Sarah!) *Diamante A Diamante is a seven-lined contrast poem set up in a diamond shape. Line 1: Noun… Continue reading Denouement

Hidden Seconds

Sitting still in a steel stool, she begs, weeps for one more second. - Endearing, exquisite enchanter, ends first cry on her life's first second. - Captured candid cheesy charade, changed by sudden death in a second. - Old oak observes ordeals, orbits of earth’s occupants’ every second’s beat. - Nervous nerves never needed, not… Continue reading Hidden Seconds

Writing 101: Discoveries, endings and beginnings

Don’t say you CAN’T until you give it a try. - rosemawrites This is the greatest lesson that I have learned from WRITING 101. A Reading Writer has been in the blogosphere for more than a year now. Its tagline is “I write because I read. I read because I write.” But honestly, its content is… Continue reading Writing 101: Discoveries, endings and beginnings