Autumn is one of the most beautiful seasons, and it has always been celebrated by poets and artists in their works. For today's challenge, you have to personify the Autumn season. Personification means giving humanly attributes to inanimate objects. For example, the clouds are wailing.
--Today, write a creative piece personifying Autumn.--
Hibernation can be defined as an inactive state resembling deep sleep in which certain animals living in cold climates pass the winter. In hibernation, the body temperature is lowered and breathing and heart rates slow down. It protects the animal from cold and reduces the need for food during the season when food is scarce. Have you ever felt the need to go in hibernation just to pass a time that is too harsh?
--Today, write a poem or prose about your desire to go in hibernation.--
Jesus said, time would heal every wound that there is — a test of time, it is, standing as the sand keeps on slipping away from the crevices of the same fingers that shaped you, into the cotton-candy you are, today, and, to me.
dreams that occur to me, tinted in pink until it fades back to black and white. and, if you love oysters more than you love me; my heart's already sinking by the bedside, by the sea, too bad that the octopuses wouldn't breathe into me — sometimes, this world removes me, from its center because it wants to revolve around you, and only you.
give me a place to belong, you did — take it away, before it starts to feel like home, for a starved traveller who's been on his own, all along; all along, you knew all along, and this hospice, you were building, all along; all along, you knew death's knocking on my door.
all along, if you knew, why couldn't you tell me, make me acquainted to the death that's coming for me — come closer to give me the last kiss, before death touches the soil of my tongue; a salivary swarm and, if it makes you happy, (I would die, right here in your arms).