Mum- The only God I’ve seen :)

Girl, she is my Mum too.. 😛 So, Reblogged..!!!

Poetry, Metaphors and I

Believe in God?
Bingo! Even I do.
Ever seen God?
Again a yes?
Wooaah!! Bingo again!
My God loves endlessly, cares boundlessly and works passionately. I call her Mum though, but she’s my living god.
God couldn’t be everywhere, so he made Mothers.
So rightly said.
Mum- The first teacher, the first friend, the first love, the first *everything*. And she’s the only *first* that guranteed lasts till the last.
She’s always been there. There to hold me when I’m falling and pull me when I’m draining. Also, she teaches me to stand by myself and be independent.
She’s always made me smile through my tears. Also, I’ve learned that you don’t need reasons to be happy.
She’s the only control to my angry brain that wanders in the evilish side. She never lets the hurt reach the heart.
She’s taught me to be strong in the toughest time…

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It’s a girl.

Worth a read and give it a thought..!!

simple head girl

“Congratulations,Its a girl.”

“Its a Girl.” Sighed the world,
Now you will have to take care of her,
Just to let her go one day.

But the hands that held her,
Saw the shimmer in her eyes,
For all they knew,that she was their ray of light.

It didn’t matter to them,
If their baby was a him/her,
All they knew was,It was their duty to protect her.

“It’s sad you don’t have a son.” They said,
Who would look after you,
And always stay.

But,the mother who held her,
Knew what a daughter’s love,
Always felt so real even though miles apart.

“Oh,she is fragile and beautiful like a flower,
Keep her locked inside,
Away from the skies.”They said

But,The father who saw his little baby,
Open her tiny eyes,cry and fall asleep,In his huge arms,
Knew that the spark in her eyes could turn into flames and spread.

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English Pronunciation – a Poem

Give it a’s awesome..whosoever created is surely a genius..!!

Nicholas C. Rossis

I found this on Tickld and just had to share! According to the original post, if you can pronounce correctly every word in this poem, you will be speaking English better than 90% of the native English speakers in the world. And, after trying the verses, a Frenchman said he’d prefer six months of hard labor to reading six lines aloud…

This Greek gave up somewhere along two thirds into it 🙂

From the blog of Nicholas C. Rossis, author of science fiction, the Pearseus epic fantasy series and children's books

Update: In a fascinating display of her sleuth skills, Angela of the Hedgeblog Times found out that it was written by Gerard Nolst Trenité in 1922. Its proper title is “The Chaos.” She even unearthed a video of a poor soul reading the thing in its entirety!

Given up yet? Why not read my award-winning children’s book, Runaway Smile for free instead?

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I do

Why o Why
You went for the trade
Life was much simple.. awesomely written by AB

Perspectives on Life, the Universe and Everything

Take my heart
it is for free
if in return I get thee
There is a contradiction
you realise
without me the deal
won’t materialise
free means nothing
in return you should ask
throw away the cloak
remove the mask
get down on your knees
and with passion task
sweetly, most humbly
present your heart
And that my dear
would be a good start
for our journey
which after few years
feel like eternity
bring down tears
Why o why
you went for the trade
life was much simpler
before that
mistake you made 🙂


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Unlock the Mind

It just happens to be a sheer coincidence that the post I wrote today suits the theme of “Daily Prompt” of today i.e. Overlod Alert…Hence, my own post reblogged the very same day.. 🙂

“Daily Prompt – Overload Alert”

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Pen Stroke

You write because you have an idea in your mind that feels so genuine, so important, so true. And yet, by the time this idea passes through the different filters of your mind, and into your hand, and onto the page or computer screen — it becomes distorted, and it’s been diminished. The writing you end up with is an approximation, if you’re lucky, of whatever it was you really wanted to say.

– Author Khaled Hosseini, “How to Write,” the Atlantic

“Being Able to write is a Blessing”

The above lines in itself truly describe the scenario every writer faces, atleast the amateur writers like me do. (Though as of now, I don’t consider myself a writer. I’m just a beginner. There is a long way to go. I’ve used it in the context that anyone who writes is a writer, 😉 ) To add to this, there is…

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The simplest answers to the most difficult questions.. 🙂

Perspectives on Life, the Universe and Everything

What is love
Passion cove
What is hate
Emotions sate
What is fate
Destiny date
What is life
Flux and strife
What is affection
Resigned attention
What is desire
Something I admire
What is lust
Kissing must
What is strength
Patience at length
What is weak
A quick squeak
Friends, foes?
High and lows
What is work
Sitting dork
Or, Perhaps,
What is love
Burning stove
What is hate
Snakes crate
What is fate
God’s bait
What is life
Dissatisfaction rife
What is death
Poison dripped
Sword in sheath

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