Hello there my second challenge is on board. My dictionary defines the word failure as lack of success. This time you need to re-define the word failure. Redefining could be both positive or negative though the definition itself is negative. There are some more rules you should go through.
You need to use the hashtag #dfailure in your caption and if possible tag me too. You can write a poem or quote or article basically anything but make sure to be creative and expressive. You have to post using the hashtag above provided and no other. Spelling mistakes won't be taken into consideration. You NEED to post your self written write-up. Plagiarism would be reported. You can post as many as you wish to. The challenge would have some winners whom I would mention and repost. Language could be literally any with English translation. Also if you have a post which completes all the necessities then go ahead and add the hashtag.
That's it, it's that simple. Also if you write something else and want me to have a look then use #poetess_for_you .
Time limit : From the time this is posted to 4th May. Results would be announced on 5th of May and I could be late as 4th May is a very important day for me.
Need a help? I am there. Also I have posted my article on failure in my website (link in bio) so you could go give it look. Want me to post on instagram? Tell me in the comments
Planting gardens, sowing, hoeing grounds. (9 syllables) Sunshine keeps all growing, mowing mounds.(9 syllables)' - Marion Gibson
A Tyburn Poem is a six-line poetic form where the first four lines consist of just a single, two syllabled word each that all rhyme. Line 5 has nine syllables, with the fifth to eighth syllables using the words from lines 1 and 2. Line 6 also has nine syllables, with the fifth to eighth syllables using the words from lines 3 and 4. ( A syllable is a word or part of a word which contains one vowel sound)
One of the memory during study days are bunking classes. Mostly everyone has bunked classes. Due to boring lectures, hatred for particular subject or being with someone. Many excuses for bunking were given. What was yours?
Today write a poem on one such moment of class bunk.