End of Grief (Micro-Fiction Monday In Blue & Yellow)


Piles of cash,

A five-star car,

Free gas to drive near or far…

Zach gives a sign of relief,

His farm did win, end of grief.

Micro-fiction Monday at SUSAN’S (written in 137 characters)

Poets United

Mellow Yellow Monday

Blue Monday

ABC Wednesday (Y is 4 Yellow…)

Kids Basketball Game In 160-Fishy No More

The basketball game’s on,

Life’s guidance gone,

Get drowned.


Whistles blow,

A free throw,

Faces glow.


Steal, dribble, score,

Fishy no more,

Win by 4.

Poetry Potluck (Week 14, Hobbies, Pastime, and Entertainment)

Poets United Poetry Pantry

Carry On Tuesday

Sunday Scribbling (Guidance)

Blue Monday

Monkey Man‘s Sunday 160

Haiku Heights (Life)

Lots of Laughter (Fishy)

Mellow Yellow Monday

Monday Poetry Train Revisited

My Will Is Strong (4 Monday Poetry Potluck)

It’s time to go,

My instincts tell me so,

I will be out of town,

I won’t be able to answer your phone.

^ ^

When love comes to an end,

Time to bid farewell, my friend.

My will is strong,

I must be left alone!

^ ^

Stop the unrealistic expectation,

Nobody will believe your exaggeration.

Please don’t ask why,

It’s time to say GOODBYE!


Poetry Potluck at Jingle Poetry

Blue Monday at Smiling Sally

PS: This is 100% fiction, I realize that when people read my work, they take it personally at times, if I wrote about sweet hot love, they relate it to me personally, question me, if I write about broken heart, they again have concern on me…I am happily married and enjoy life as it is, i write about all kinds of emotions and experiences, this poem has NOTHING to do with my individual life. Thanks a ton.

Everyone is encouraged to write a poem about love or romance, link to Jingle poetry…xxx

Talents Differ (A Fable 4 Blue Monday)

A sparrow

And a squirrel

Had a quarrel,

They call each other names

Attempting to ruin the other party’s fames.

“You shall be able to fly.”

Challenged the sparrow.

“You shall be able to crack nuts.”

Responded the squirrel.

Back and forth,

Furies are laid,

Efforts are made,

The costs are paid,

And the frustration is stayed.

“You are doubtlessly very nimble,

But you lack wings.”

Signed the sparrow.

“You are gracefully admirable,

but you have no teeth.”

Answered the squirrel.

And it is a disgrace

2 force you to occupy my place.

Talents differ,

No one is better.”

Thought both the sparrow and the squirrel.

And they smiled to halt their quarrel.

Respect is obtained,

Friendships are maintained,

Humanity is earned,

As lessons are learned.

*****The End*****

This poem is entered  4 Poets UnitedPoetry Pantry

Blue Monday

Blue Math

A Math Problem 2 Solve:

Question: A city bank pays interest on savings at a rate of 4% per year. If a student has

$6, 700 deposit, what is the interest earned after a year? How much is left in the bank

after three years?

Hint: rate=4%=0.04, principal=$6, 700,

Formulas: One Year Interest=rate x principal=___ x______=_______

Three Year Interest=rateprincipal x time=___ x ____ x ____=_______

Money is the bank after 3 years=Principal + Three Year Interest=___ +__=___

Good Luck!  😉 😉 🙂

Blue Monday

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