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Friday, 20 May 2016

Peace (Poetrython)

This Tuesday, the word prompt in Twitter Poetrython was Peace/Sukoon. In Twitter Poetrython, the poets are given a word prompt and they need to instantly write poems surrounding that word within 9-10 pm every Tuesday. 

Out of the half a dozen micro poetry that I wrote on peace in twitter, I am sharing two of them. 



Space Between the Words





The end of her search



Also check out: Mother [Poetrython] | Tradition [Poetrython]

Writing these free verses instantly is kind of a poetic exercise that I love to practice every Tuesday.

You can also participate in the Twitter Poetrython every Tuesday from 9-10 pm by following the account @KaafiyaPoetry and with the hashtag #KaafiyaMilaao


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36 comments:

  1. Satin moments of writing - too good!

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  2. Rightly said, Purba.. As the poetical words roll out, the serenity and peace of mind of the poet stand behind as steadfast Rocks! Can't say anything less here!

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    1. Thank you so much Sir for your wonderful comment :)

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  3. Always love your poetic words. :)

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  4. Your blog have lots of shares. This is really informative post. I hope you are doing well.

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  5. Very well written.I too am an aspiring poet and have just started out.

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    worldlyrealisation.blogpot.com

    Definitely need all the support and encouragement :)

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    1. Thank you so much. Will surely visit your blog soon :)

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  6. Well written Pruba...

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  7. Very Beautiful...Loved it :)

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  8. Wow! You really have a way with words! It was a very beautiful way to define space!

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  9. Loved both the poems,particularly the first one!

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  10. Amazingly beautiful, how much I loved both of them buddy, such depth, such meaning, adorable :)

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    1. I am so happy you loved them dear. Means a lot. Thanks :)

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  11. Touched my heart Purba, lovely!

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    1. So glad it touched your heart, Arti. Thanks a lot :)

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  12. Lovely and beautiful. Both the poems are awesome. :-)

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  13. Such a lovely way to define space! Beautiful words dear :)

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