Autumn Magic #Tanka

Autumn’s fall of leaves
Hues of orange, red and gold
Moderate climate
Looks delightful soft carpet
A time to rejoice new birth

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Revenge Part II# Flash Fiction

Shruti left the house with a pistol to kill her husband and end the issue forever.There was a confusion of thoughts in her head.

An ordinary fisherman named Sameer was living in Shruti’s village.

I have expressed his lifestyle in simple language here. In the following rhyme

Ordinary People

Life of the ordinary people
Straightforward and simple
The Sun rises and sets
They’re busy with fishing nets!!

In the low tide they cast nets
When It’s high tide they raise nets
Longing to fill stomach with food
They’re busy with separating seafood!!

As a normal person, people used to tease and use him as they wanted. Shruti’s husband used to take big fish from him and say, he would pay later. He was in debt but not paying.

So Sameer took a sporty but real looking pistol and came to Shruti’s husband’s place, where he is every day, in the building that had Symmetrical arched doors . Sameer’s plan was to intimidate him by showing him a pistol and get his fish money back


Sameer reached the building that had symmetrical arched doors in the gothic style. At the same time Shruti reached the second symmetrical arched door. Sameer raised a pistol on Shruti’s husband and at the same time Shruti aimed the pistol and shot her husband. Shruti’s bodybuilder husband collapsed to the ground and a stream of blood gushed out of his chest like a fountain.

I have explained Sameer’s miserable situation in this haiku poem.

The sound of gun shot
He smelled gun muzzled near him
And he was puzzled

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Here rhyme pattern is AABB and first try of haiku poem

Memorable Day…

As such, every day is memorable, so good or bad memory determines my mind and my attitude towards it.

The best memories of my life so far:

1. I learned knitting when I was in Standard Six.

2. My article and poem first appeared in a college magazine.

3. I was selected for the B.Ed Congregation Ceremony.

4. I married the boy, I fell in love with a few years later.

5. Became a mother by giving birth to a cute baby girl.

6 When my daughter was young I completed a tailoring and embroidery course because I wanted to sew her nice dresses and now I stitch dresses for me and her.

3D Masks

7. I started working as a teacher in school.

8. I started riding bikes and driving cars.

9. I learned to make soaps, candles, hair oils and herbal oils by watching online videos and reading journals.

Sandalwood soaps
Shea butter soaps
Ubtan soaps
Aloe vera soaps
Herbal hair oil

10. I’ve been blogging for seven months now.

Good as well as bad memory:

When I had an accident in 2018, both my hands were fractured and my husband took care of me like a baby for three months.

This is me

Bad memories in my life:

1. My father died a year before my marriage.

2. My mother died recently.

I believe that everything that happens in our lives happens for good and for some reason.

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