Day 7 – Wilted Flowers

Hello all! National Poetry Writing Month is on! It’s the time when poets from all around the world exhibit their love for the art of poetry writing. πŸ˜„

My poem for Day 7 is titled Wilted Flowers. This one is not written in a specific style as well. I’ve only tried to use alliteration in a lot of places. I was actually suuuuper frustrated about taking up this challenge. It’s hard to come up with new and exciting ideas every single day.

A writer really needs motivation and feedback to continue. Haha, unfortunately, I don’t have both. It’s extra tough. But, I won’t quit. This will probably turn out to be the hardest challenge for me. But, let’s hope everything goes well. Check out today’s poem!

Wanted to believe there was something
Between us; Some magic, some spark, Something different from the others,
That’d stay amid the light and the dark.

But guess what? It was a foul facade,
That pierced my soul like a glass shard.
It was dead as a deserted dreary island,
Joyless as sunken leaves in the sand.

A garden of roses that won’t bloom,
My heart was a storming sea of gloom.
An empty mansion, where love had no room,
My life was drowning into a doleful doom.

Fake jewels don’t shine so bright,
And bells once broken, don’t chime,
You don’t want wilted flowers?
Then learn to water them on time! 


You can check out my previous attempts at #NaPoWriMo here and here. Thankyou. This is Firefly signing off! Keep shining! Stay safe. ⭐

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17 thoughts on “Day 7 – Wilted Flowers”

  1. Every line is a reality of life explained in different ways. That was a beautiful read to me.
    And yes, jab bewajah koi thappad maar de tab zada dimag kharab hota hai na ki tab jab video game khel rahe ho. πŸ™‚

    1. Thankyou so much! Haha, video game ke beech koi thappad maare toh there are more chances that we’ll forgive them. It’s a great trick to slap the friends we hate. 🀣

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