Pluck one, and then two, hold those tears, though true, "He loves you not." Chew perished juice--- his rue. Pluck three, four, five. Phew. Let him go. Adieu. Enough of flower's woo, your chapter is through. Spit the seed 'side you. Beside your window's view, sink yesterday's blue, water with hope's brew. Wait for spring's… Continue reading snowdrops and broken hearts: a monorhyme*
Feeble waves made of infant dusk's soft wind, liquid mirror glows with sunset's pastel rind. Fallen plumeria floats, decaying but still blooming, faith, be fluid like water --- rippling, shape-shifting, unending. 04.10.2019 ©2019 Rosemawrites@A Reading Writer. All Rights Reserved. Photo by Chelsea Audibert on Unsplash Inspired by dVerse Poetics: Water, Water Everywhere .
Malleus Maleficarum: A Monorhyme Your words enchanting, her cold heart melting. Your skills in spell binding, stopped her from searching--- the truth of lying the ache of loving the death of living. But like a star twinkling a velvet night ending, a witch retiring, you start fading. — ©2016 Rosemawrites@A Reading Writer. All Rights Reserved.… Continue reading Malleus Maleficarum
Dying, Darling: A Monorhyme* As I lay dying I'll be rememb'ring... Your tired hands so caring, sharp words yet encouraging, big round eyes yet endearing, non-singer voice yet calming. Most of all as I lay dying, my soul will be smiling, with the faith it is carrying, the best heirloom from you, mother darling. — ©2016… Continue reading Dying, Darling
Mirror: A Monorhyme ©2016 Rosemawrites@A Reading Writer Look me in the eye, remove your mask of lie, listen to your own sigh, touch you deeper 'I'. No one knows why, deep inside you die, though you can try, to let go and just cry. When your tears run dry, and you've bid goodbye to hatred… Continue reading Mirror: A Monorhyme