I hope you are all having a positive start to the New year.
Due to increased committments on my end, The Saturday Symphony is now a monthly feature(every last Saturday)
I apologise for any inconveniences, and pray you stay a part of it.
Let’s dive right in;
Just kiss me
Make me forget the pain
Make me forget the worry
Make me dream
Just for a moment
Unsurprisingly, the theme for February is a lovey-dovey one.
January’s five featured posts
- Gypsy soul by Confessionsofpassion – So beautiful and soulful.
- The birth of night by UrsusArt – Intriguing and captivating.
- The Second by Sirishty Thakur – Epiphanies and conquering fear.
- Baby Ballerinas and climate reality by Tara Sitser – An impassioned experience and plea.
- Hide by Ruelha – Things beyond us.
Taste this love upon my lips
Virgin and unbesmirched
Guide me well
And I’ll follow with hope
For I choose you
To be my first
PONDEROUS THOUGHT Prompt
This February, creatively share about your first kiss,
How you’d imagined it beforehand,
Did you regret it,
Or is it a fond memory of innocent times?
These are just some angles from which you can approach the prompt, otherwise just ‘do you’ and enjoy coming up with something.
You’re more than welcome to use art, images, and any form of writing.
Be sure to pingback to this feature; by copying its link into your post.
Do this so I can find you, and feature your post in the February edition.
Each nerve listening
The sacred feel
Of a first time
Ponderous writers from the last edition
- Doffing my heart to the Bard by Punam – Delicious sonnet inspired by Shakespeare.
- Ornament by Bubble – A gorgeous tale of love inspired by Emily Brontë’s Wuthering heights.
- Damned family, A lost boy by Jules – Clever improvisation inspired by Peter Pan.
- Our next door neighbor by Saly – A festive tale inspired by the classic ‘Chicken soup for the soul.’
- O mind by Ru – A beautiful mystic translation from a native poet ‘Shri Kuvempu.‘
- Timeless literature by Sadje – Wonderful classic humour from the oldschool ‘PG Woodhouse.‘
- Timeless literature by Usha – An incredibly creative piece comprised of titles from timeless works.
Thank you all,
I’m so late but I’m here.
Lots of love.
Okay I always share some part of what I’ve been up to, after the ponderous writers.
And thus we come to the conclusion.
Closed away in school
Months of love letters
Cradled each night
Until the holidays
Would bring us together
A first kiss
That lasted forever
Lips that knew their days were numbered
All those many years ago
Remember to pingback to this post, and to paste the link to your post in the comments section, just to be sure I find you.
Can’t wait to read your entries. Stay safe, and have a wonderful February.
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