My Words are my Treasure #WriteTribe #writebravely

A treasure is something precious. Or something cherished that you hold dear.

A true treasure is also something that should be yours to keep, something that no one could take away from you.

If I sweep a glance over the things I have that I may consider as treasures so far, I realise that everything I think as precious to me is only just so. The things that I think of as treasures have a shelf life or stay precious only until I consider them to be.

So, what would be the one thing I would consider to be a true treasure? After much thought I concluded that it would have to be my,


My words are a gift. The most precious gift I have and I am grateful for.


Knowledge, wisdom and learning have been tools that have helped, and continue helping, me hone my gift of words along the way.

I am a wordsmith, hammering away at my words to mould them into the shape I wish them to take. Sometimes I shape a shield, to protect myself from the harsh realities of life and others thoughts. Other times I shape them into a weapon, to defend myself and my beliefs. While still others are shaped into a container, to hold the gush of thoughts that pour out from my heart, to quench the thirst of others.

I am a word weaver, deftly picking out the right words to weave a blanket of warmth, to comfort me when life blows bitter cold winds my way. A blanket of words that help keep out the harsh sun of the thoughts of others that beat down on me.

My words are my treasure that grows richer when I share it with the world. The more I share the more my treasure grows.


Linking up with the Write Tribe Festival Of Words for the Day 1 Prompt: Write about a treasure you have.

15 thoughts on “My Words are my Treasure #WriteTribe #writebravely

  1. Absolutely agree Mayuri. Your words are magical as they weave a world of their own, carrying with them the readers into that world. A treasure for life, all yours! Wonderful!

  2. Your words are your treasure. So beautifully you can weave using your words. Loved this one. Keep cherishing and improving your words so that we all can immerse in them and find the magic it holds.

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