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 bellowed loud a gust of wind a sudden shower hence bloomed a frozen flowerA Haiku is a Japanese poem of seventeen syllables, in three lines of five, seven, and five; traditionally evoking images of the natural world.Also read: Haiku: After the SunsetShare your thoughts in the comment box below! 🙂Until next time,Be kind to one another!Bye bye! 🙂&nbsp…
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In this digital era, printing your memories has an another charm to it. I recently stumbled upon an amazing website that revolutionalizes photo printing, ‘Printiki’. I love printing photos and if you follow me on Instagram, you must have noticed that too! Not long ago, I put up a photo wall and I couldn’t be happier, but that is for another post though it would have been better if…
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Unfulfilled dreams make for unhappy people. Some people couch it behind dull smiles and others just vent to their friends. As people grow older, with their dreams left unattended, they harbour not just regret but also despair. I’m quite certain we’ve all met people over 50 with unfulfilled dreams, we just don’t recognise them. While they may not say it out aloud, you can hear it in…
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What is that one memory that jogs back to your mind when you meet up with the best of your friends and have the time of your life that brought you all together?For my gang, we have several such memories but what truly brought all of us close were the grades 8, 9 and 10. We were, in-a-way, the cool gang but mind you, not mean girls…
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Why is marriage such a pressing issue? Mostly in small or second tier towns, though there can be exceptions and I certainly do not suggest that the people of big towns like Mumbai or Delhi don’t wish to marry off their daughters as soon as they are of age, like the one I belong to, a girl, as soon as she attains an age of twenty, the talks…
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The Desperate Era!Source: wallpapersxl.comLaws are being broken,laws are being madeHumanity being forsaken Leaving the people jadedThere’s no stopping the crimesExist did ever, any safer times?Money rules, man is the slaveCowardice rises, where are the brave?Skyscrapers stand tallMocking Mother Nature’s fallWill there be any future,For the kids to rupture?Captured in the four wallsListening to drunken brawlsFrightened spirits call’Is this hell…
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After taking a long break and lazing around in the monsoon sun (yes, monsoon doesn’t bring rain here in Rajasthan, just exclusive monsoon sunshine), I have a great deal to share with you. Especially about the vacation, I went on recently with my family. With our house in making and several other responsibilities, how we convinced my father to agree for this vacation, I have no idea. Thankful…
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The Ancient SongRead Part IRead Part IIPart III:Who is that?Hey! Hey! I scream.That person doesn’t answer.I start running, but I don’t seem to get any closer.The white sand makes it hard to run.I just want to know who that is!Hey, you! Please stop…I scream on the top of my lungs.He doesn’t even turn.A huge wave is…
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The Best Stress Relief: Self-Compassion- #1000SpeakForCompassion”If your compassion does not include yourself, it is incomplete.”~ Jack Kornfield Sometimes your bottled up anger pairs up with the ongoing stress or the other way round and the situation it creates is sure as hell not pretty.People say when life throws lemons at you, make lemonade, pass them on, blah blah blah.I say, when you’re in deep…
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Celebrating A Year Of Compassion! – #1000SpeakForCompassionLast year, on 20th February 1000 speak for Compassion got several bloggers together to spread compassion around the world. Ever since, on the 20th day of every month, bloggers from around the world write about various aspects of compassion and how one can spread the same.I have been a part of this group for a year now, and I already feel like a…
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