Walk in the Woods


The black brought colors to life

Twinkly fireflies erupted gold flakes


Green leaves danced with aquamarine

Flowers glowed with a topaz polish


Diamonds sparkled on still waters

Amethyst beams dappled the rocks


Stars shone with the sheen of pearls

 Lights of the moon spun with silver


Emerald eyes caught with onyx ones

Love blossomed… treasured and priceless

Day 4 and this is fun… Thank you Rob 🙂 I went on a night trek last weekend and this painting at one of my favorite breakfast place took me back there…

My next nomination for this is Prateek… Look out for his poetry, it can stun you breathless. The challenge is – “Post a photo each day for five consecutive days and attach a story to the photo. It can be fiction or non-fiction, a poem or a short paragraph and each day nominate another blogger for the challenge”


42 thoughts on “Walk in the Woods

  1. Amazing blend of colors and words! The vibrant environment in which ’emerald eyes met with onyx ones’, love had to blossom. Beautifully done, Prajakta! 🙂
    Also, thank you so much for the appreciative words and the nomination. Though I won’t call myself a photographer, but the challenge is too interesting to be procrastinated. 😀
    The posts will be published starting from tomorrow. 🙂


  2. Prajakta, reading your poem is like watching a waltz! The words move beautifully together in perfect rhythm and harmony. Very artful! I also loved the picture; you captured it perfectly with your poetry. Just lovely! 🙂


  3. I was totally sucked into the gorgeous painting and found the poetry wonderfully moving as well. How I wish I could use words like a painter’s brush.
    Lovely, Prajakta!


  4. This is so beautiful! Imagery, to me, is what makes poetry so attractive and this is done to near perfection. Congrats and thanks for sharing! 🙂


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