The allergic to E Challenge.



One of my best-friends Neha from the blog Forgotten Meadows invited me to participate in this absolutely challenging challenge (couldn’t resist that redundancy 😀 ). She’s one of the first people I met at the beginning of my blogging/poetic journey and has always been supportive, In turn I’d like to thank her for nominating me. If you haven’t visited her blog yet please do, as she offers very inspiring poetry; serene and calming in nature. (Here is a link to her attempt at the challenge The Link )

(Fun fact: She’s the reason I got interested in writing micro-poetry…*audience gasps*….I know right?) Thanks again Neha!


Before we start the No-saying-the-letter-after-D-or-before-F challenge, here are the Rules…


The rules:

  1. Write a whole paragraph.
  2. Without any word containing the letter “e”.
  3. By reading this you are already signed up.
  4. Challenge at least five bloggers to do the challenge.


The following  is my response:


Flying past all that is known, and is not, with no boundary, a wind. Kissing all that you know, with warmth, giving light, a gold shiny thing, Its a sun, right? At night, what many call a moon… In colour, I can say, It is bright and in contrast of black. All this, works constantly, with no pit-stop, no complaints. As individuals, living in a world full of much inspiration, having no doubts, should stay a norm.




For this challenge my nominees are:

Brett Fish




John White


Apologies If you’ve already been nominated before, otherwise If you haven’t, I hope you accept. Looking forward to reading your posts!







18 Replies to “The allergic to E Challenge.”

  1. Amazing Michael 🙂 I love it! and thank you so much for your kind words…I didn’t know it was me who inspired you to write micropoetry hehe 😀 but that is great you did for you are an amazing writer! and you know I am one of your top fans! This paragraph was beautiful 🙂 Thanks again for accepting the challenge!

  2. Thank you Neha! haha you were the reason I started micro-poetry 😀 was always interested in the concept of saying more while saying less, and I thank you for introducing it to me…i’m flattered that you think i’m a good writer haha as fans of each others work we’ll definitely be friends for a long time…Glad to have met you my friend 🙂 (Your paragraph was awesome as well!)

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