April Poetry Month – Day 1

As per a prompt by a wonderful poetic blog which I follow, I penned down these lines! They are going to share daily prompts to write upon as part of the April Poetry Challenge. You can check it out here: The poet’s billow.

Day 1: Write a poem about a thunderstorm without using the words rain, thunder, or lightning.

Striking the sky with bolts,
Flashing light, heavy sounds,
Pouring droplets uncontrollably!

Uprooting trees and houses,
Winds blowing away things,
Undeterred, uncaring, revengefully!

Scattering, shattering, drenching,
All that dares to lie in the way,
Deafening echoes keep vibrating ruthlessly!

Air and water, out to destroy!

P.S. Please go ahead and join in if it gives you thoughts! And I can’t say for sure that I’ll be doing it everyday. 😋
Lots of love and best wishes!



5 thoughts on “April Poetry Month – Day 1

  1. Awesome, a bit of a word tornado!

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    1. 😁😍 Awww! Thanks for reading it dear! 🙂

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  2. wow…..simply yet beautiful…


  3. Nice work this is, considering the rules you have to follow!

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    1. Thank you for your kind words. Yes, restrictions of words are challenging.

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