Lively: A Lune

Luna's lively glow calms down my longing, lonely soul. — Photo credit: Unsplash In response to OctPoWriMo 2016 by Morgan Dragonwillow‘s Day 11. — Lune is an American invented form in 3 lines. It provides 2 options. The lines can either be measured by syllables or words. I found this at Instant Poetry Forms The Lune is: a poem… Continue reading Lively: A Lune

To the Holder of my life’s map

I know You since I’m three or two. You know life’s hell that I’ve been through. Up, down, and up again Rollercoaster life feels like I’m in vain. Surrender, that’s what I did, as I sink in the sea of grief. My dream is dead, I said to self, as I smell my failure’s stench.… Continue reading To the Holder of my life’s map

Seasons’ Winds

Almost four months from now, I’ll be turning 25. It recently dawned on me, oh, what have I done with my life? I’ve studied hard and earned honors, but my ultimate dream still feels too far. I’m working hard but monetary state remains harsh.Yet looking back, I know my family and I are already far… Continue reading Seasons’ Winds


They say I’m fat, oh, I don’t do weight’s math. Yes, I don’t care! They say my nose’s flat, oh, and I have bulky butt! Hell, I don’t care! They say my face’s ugly, oh, yes I’m not pretty. Hell, I don’t care! Reading these words, of fake and fallacy, I cried. I care. — 12.14.2015… Continue reading Bullied

Free Flow

Creative juices flowing, outpouring, unceasing, unyielding. I want to ask how, why, what, when and where. But I won't. ‘Cause I don’t even care. So, go flow, go show don’t slow. — 12.11.2015 ©2016 Rosemawrites@A Reading Writer Photo credit: Unsplash Originally written for Blogging University’s WRITING 101: Intro to Poetry Day 5 Assignment.

Miriam’s Breakfast

Former Senator Miriam Santiago is a fierce brain and funny wit combo. She said she eats death threats for breakfast, and announced her cancer with humor and class. — ©2016 Rosemawrites@A Reading Writer. All Rights Reserved. Photo credit: Facebook Note: Miriam Palma Defensor Santiago is a Filipino politician, notable for having served in all three branches of the… Continue reading Miriam’s Breakfast

Twinkling Sky

The black blanket adorned with little twinkling lights stared silently as my gazing eyes let the pregnant, salty tears fall. My feet, soaked against cold knee-high flood caused by the constant battle between the moon and the earth, are both wrinkled and chilled. Yet deep inside, my weary soul is wrapped with warmth--- warmth after… Continue reading Twinkling Sky

Unexpected Fall

I’m no hopeless romantic. My mind has always won over my heart, making it always realistic. I don’t look forward to forever. I choose to relish what I have today. I don’t believe in love at first sight. I believe love is a constant, daily fight. I never thought I would fall for you. Actually,… Continue reading Unexpected Fall

No Greater Love

No greater love the world has seen, ears have heard, hearts have felt. No greater love forgives my sins, accepts my faults, embraces my dirts. No greater love, no greater love comes from above, comes from above. — ©2016 Rosemawrites@A Reading Writer Photo credit: Unsplash Have a blessed Sunday, everyone! ❤

Word-High July: Halakhak

Halakhak The unforgiving day has worn me out. With sulky soul I entered and heard the loud laughter of mom and dad, followed by the giggles of my little lasses and lad. I went in and was welcomed by their warm smiles. My worn out soul was revived. My lungs breathe again. I am home.… Continue reading Word-High July: Halakhak