Dear Readers,

Have you heard of Magnetic Poetry? Click on the words if you haven’t. I too had not heard of it until a few days ago when one of my favourite bloggers posted about it. After reading her post, I could not stop myself from trying it out myself.

Coincidentally, I happened to wake up very early this morning. I spent this extra time exploring the site and experimenting with the given limited set of words. Poetry is hard when all possible combinations of words are at your disposal. It only gets harder when you have a limited set of random words to choose from.

Here’s what I wrote today. Since many of the words were only available once, I had to tweak and play around with whatever was available instead.

You can read my other poems here.

I named my first magnetic poem ‘The Bluebird’s Song’. It took me an hour and a half to write this. I wrote it on the go without any theme in mind. Guess the default theme in my mind this morning was peace 🙂

The Bluebird’s Song

I make it a point to learn something new every day, no matter how small or trivial it is. It is what keeps my mind refreshed and creative. Today’s something new is Magnetic Poetry.

You can try it out too. You can post it on your blog or use my comment section to share your magnetic poems.

Another ritual that I have recently added to my day is playing Wordle. I am sure you have all heard of this word guessing game. Click on the word to know more.

That is all for this post.

Love,

Ashwini


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