Yawn (verb) Definition 2: That involuntarily move that you don't have to cover up anymore by pretending to drink water (or something even more creative) thanks to the physical masks that we are required wear. Click here to see my first alternate definition for Yawn. This post was written in response to today's One-Liner Wednesday … Continue reading One-liner Wednesdays #50
The clock on her wall read 10 minutes past 11. It was nearing midnight. Street dogs were howling and wailing over God-alone-knows-what! She sat on her bed, with her face turned to the laptop in front of her. Her eyes were struggling to stay open. If her eyes were capable of speech, they would have … Continue reading Drifting off…
Sleep deserted her. Troubling thoughts stayed.
For today's Stream of Consciousness, Linda, our lovely host has selected the prompt - zz. Our mission is to find a word with double-z in it and use it in our post. Like all SoCS posts, the trick is to keep writing without any editing. The first thing that came to my mind is the … Continue reading SoCS – Zz
Alarm (noun) The annoying third wheel in the beautiful relationship between you and your bed who never lets you sleep for as long as you want until you hit the "snooze" button several times or throw it away just to shut it up! I hate it when my alarm goes off and I realize that … Continue reading One-liner Wednesdays #24
Yawn (verb) Definition 1: An involuntary action that is contagious and very hard to suppress, which tends to make regular appearances in the middle of lessons, meetings and conferences, but doesn't carry deadly consequences like its distant cousin: sleeping. Covering your mouth is one of the best ways to suppress a yawn. 😛 Back in … Continue reading #AtoZChallenge One-liner: Y is for Yawn!
Sleep (noun) A condition of body and mind which might be difficult to attain at night but is extremely difficult to shake off during weekday mornings and can only be indulged in during weekend mornings. Written in response to today's One-Liner Wednesday challenge from Linda G. Hill. Please click here to know more about the … Continue reading One-liner Wednesdays #5