Wednesday, April 1, 2015

IWSG and A = Abandoned

State Of Day. I’m so happy I’m doing A to Z again this year. The positive energy it breaths into me is unbelievable. Although I still miss Charity’s Doctor Who themed posts from 2014 (I still go back every time I feel nostalgic) but hey, this year we got Crime Fiction, Myanmar and the X-Files, we even have 26 ways to die in Medieval Hungary for God’s sake, so who’s complaining? (no pun intended).
Have or haven’t I just used “no pun intended” successfully?!
Here’s to new experiences.

Wait! Wait! There’s also a surprise that left me cheerful, I guess bloggers are teaming up this year to do all the book research for me, we have Future Inventions, how cool is that?

And if you know of other bloggers doing poetry or a TV show theme please do tell me = extra fun for me.

Insecurities in April. How am I going to win Camp NaNo, focus on this challenge while visit other A to Z participants’ blogs, analyze 200 pages of two Arabic novels for my research (not to mention completing a long, tedious and thorny chapter two), go through a dismal round of shopping and still succeed tremendously in looking non-Zombie like on my cousin’s wedding day?
Here are insecurities for ya :/

Now ladies and gentlemen time to delve into the realm of poetry. 

Ding Dong! And so it begins, the amazing A to Z challenge and my poem for today is:

There are times that come I feel abandoned.
Like The Prince’s rose on a small planet,
 populated by one.
Like an outcast unwanted,
shamed by her own.
an astronaut,
lost contact with Earth.
A once grand château,
and now forgotten.
Abandoned but reaching for a sun ray,
 to bring me back,
To you.

See you in the morrow


  1. Hi, you do have a lot of work to pull through April. Keep your spirits up and you will do it. Good luck with the A to Z Challenge.

    Rachna Chhabria
    Co-host IWSG
    Rachna's Scriptorium

  2. Beautiful poem! I *love* poetry! Stay happy, and I look forward to reading more posts! :D

  3. Love it, what a great start. Looking forward to reading the rest of your posts this month :)

  4. Wonderful start! Looking forward to reading more from you!
    Stopping by from #AtoZ #muffincommando

    1. Tyrean Martinson: well I got more from where that came from :P hope you enjoy the rest of my musings.

  5. BEAUTIFUL POEM... and I wish you the greatest success in all your endeavors #Blogging from A-Z swinging by to meet and greet. I am 471 and 472 in the long list, with MOVIES and What's in a NAME Hope you swing by to 4covert2overt and Defining Ways. Hope to meet up everywhere @M_C_V_Egan
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    1. Maria: you're so sweet. Thank you for informing me, I'll check your blog out.

  6. Beautiful poem. I have a bit of nervousness thinking of how I will get everything done this month too, but your list makes my list look like a wuss. Good luck!

    1. Well, Elizabeth, that wasn't very helpful now was it? you just made me feel worse! Huh :P Thank you for passing by.

  7. Lovely poem :) And thank you for the shout out! I am giddy about A to Z too :) What a fun day!

    @TarkabarkaHolgy from
    Multicolored Diary - Epics from A to Z
    MopDog - 26 Ways to Die in Medieval Hungary

    1. A Tarkabarka Hölgy: you're welcome, your theme is quite innovative and worth the shout out. Here for happier days :)

  8. Nice poem!
    Wow, I've seen several poetry related themes today, but outside of Pat Hatt, I couldn't tell you who they were...

  9. Sad and beautiful poem! You've got a busy month planned. Best of luck!

  10. I believe all poets are, by necessity, loners. This poem was lovely.

  11. Lovely poem, thanks for sharing!