Light

Image Credit: © Ritu Bhathal

Nature dims her light,

lets us rest, we switch on ours,

Drop, care to ponder?


Darkness, with-

-out light to disturb,

works smoothly.


Moon, queen,

Stars, devote damsels?

Own queens?


Poetry form :- Senryu ( Syllable forms – 5/7/5 ; 3/5/3 ; 2/3/2 )

Acknowledgements :- Thank you Colleen. M. Chesebro for running the challenge at Colleen’s 2019 Weekly #Tanka Tuesday #Poetry Challenge No. 165 #PhotoPrompt. For rules please refer here. For different forms of poetry please refer here. Thank you Ritu Bhathal for the photo prompt. This is my first ever time at trying Senryu style of poetry. Thank you Colleen, for being an inspiration, hope I’ve done it right.

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