Rummaging through memories,
I found pieces of your soul
Forgotten glimpses of affection
And time spent in adoration.
We were kids who didn’t know better
Thought all we needed was each other.
And as our pool of love dug deeper into the ground,
I inevitably drowned.
Now we speak of joy in past tense
Not a lot of what we do makes sense
In the process of growing up,
Life happens to love.
A poet’s soul,
Is neither kind nor forgiving.
We have been hardened by life,
And moulded by its strife.
These are things we are not born with, but acquire:
Eyes that reek of judgement,
Tongue bitter from the taste of truth,
And an imagination that defies gravity.
These are things we do not dread, but desire:
Nights devoid of sleep,
Passion that burns a hole through your heart,
And a mind that obeys no one.
Welcome to the second week of the Obsessive Writing Challenge. 🙂 Thank you for all the support! We had some amazing entries last week.
This week’s theme is : Dream
You will have to write content, any kind of content relevant to the theme and it has to have the word “dream” in it. I will pick a winner and link to their blog in the next week. And an additional prize for this week’s winner will be an chance to be featured on my blog with a guest post.
The rules are pretty simple.
- You can submit your entry by writing it and posting it in your blog. Your entry should have : a title, followed by a link to my blog https://theobsessivewriter.com and then finally the body of your content.
- Your post has to have the word “dream”, and it has to be the overall theme.
- Leave a link to your entry in the comments below, that’s how I’ll be able to see it. (I won’t know you’ve entered the contest unless you let me know via a comment)
- Your entry can be any written work, like a story, a poem or a passage. Just make sure it’s relevant to the topic and most importantly, original.
- The last date for submitting your entry is 25.11.17 (Saturday) 11:59 PM IST
Good luck! And make sure you follow the rules to make it easier for me 🙂
– The Obsessive Writer