Somnambulistic wanderings

P.C :- Crispina Kemp

Like a river on its meanderings,

Not long was the time,

When, there was no end to a steady flow of ramblings,

Pen had to just touch the paper and it’d chime,

Now, all that’s left is me staring at the wall with aimless wonderings,

Perhaps it’s just a writer’s block and I’ll be back with my usual rhyme?

For now, I seek solace in my somnambulistic* wanderings,

Let this cracked phase heal, emerging as hero big time.

78 words.

Somnambulist* :- sleep walker ( courtesy :- google)

Acknowledgements :- In response to Crispina Kemp’s CCC # 70 writing challenge and Sammi Cox’s Weekend Writing Prompt. Thank you for running the challenge. Thank you all for stopping by and reading.

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    1. Haha! Thank you for your compliment, Ma’am. I have been wondering about the word somnambulist ( I happen to hear it for the first time) 3 days in a row and hence came up with this poem. πŸ™‚


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