Sophia Sangar

United Kingdom

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Sophia Sangar (United Kingdom) published:

Oranges

PROMPT: December Grab Bag

The orange tree blossoms once a year,
white and pure with petals
which fall to bear fruits
so rich in colour
that the seasons stop to stare
and gasp
as the oranges sit quietly in the spring heat.

I like to watch the oranges grow
and drain the colour of those around them
with bright hues
and soft skin
and radiate joy and tell stories untold
into bleak backgrounds 
where words sit unspoken
while the oranges grow.

And here I...

Seeking Peer Reviews

23 days ago

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Sophia Sangar (United Kingdom) published:

Strawberry

PROMPT: Extraordinary in the Ordinary

Strawberry

Seeds like freckles
On a well loved face.
Prone to laughter, 
ever sweet.
In morning dew
her skin like rubies,
she who blushes
in the rays of Sun.
Seeking Peer Reviews

about 2 months ago

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Sophia Sangar (United Kingdom) published:

Strawberry

PROMPT: Extraordinary in the Ordinary

Strawberry

Seeds like freckles
On a well loved face.
Prone to laughter, 
ever sweet.
In morning dew
her skin like rubies,
she who blushes
in the rays of Sun.
Seeking Peer Reviews

about 2 months ago

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Sophia Sangar (United Kingdom) published:

Oranges

PROMPT: December Grab Bag

The orange tree blossoms once a year,
white and pure with petals
which fall to bear fruits
so rich in colour
that the seasons stop to stare
and gasp
as the oranges sit quietly in the spring heat.

I like to watch the oranges grow
and drain the colour of those around them
with bright hues
and soft skin
and radiate the joy and stories untold
into bleak backgrounds 
where words sit unspoken
while the oranges sing.

And here I...

Seeking Peer Reviews

9 months ago

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Sophia Sangar (United Kingdom) published:

The Field of Flowers

PROMPT: Novel Writing Competition 2020

Grey seeps into the pale pink colour like the skin of an old man during his dying breaths. It claws and grasps away at the gentle hues as death and decay trails behind. Vibrant and beautiful, the rose once stood in the vase but now it lay letting what was left of the colour drain into the surrounding water. Shrivelled were the petals and creased were the stems of the flower. Around the flower the friendly motion of start-of-the-lesson preparation...

Seeking Peer Reviews

10 months ago