My path is still into you Through a steep and winding road Lined up there a collection of desires and hopes Staggering towards you..
O' beloved please open the door of your heart.. Give me one chance I always hear the sweetest songs From your heart's garden For a moment, I stopped to finish my fatigue Or if you allowed me.. Can I knock and let me in.. Will you..?
Hello good night madam @shegram I create lullaby for you I hope you like it..
Sleep, oh sleep my baby.. Let's knit a beautiful dream With mommy beside you Dont be afraid No need to fret Let your dreams make a beautiful curve on your lips Let's sleep, oh sleep my dear.. Mommy will always take care of you Until you wake up with your carefree chatter..
Hello dear mirakeens, how are you? Been a long time.. Im back to read your beautiful poetries Stay blessed and have a beautiful day..
FEAR OF LOSING YOU
Maybe.. I was the one who misinterpreted Comfortable with a fear of losing I made them burden To hurt myself I always bring dusty thoughts Not because I hate it But divert feelings If it's time for me to go My soul will remain as before..
There is hope In a beautiful dream Moving towards the light of love When will you pick me up, my beloved? I want to make sure that you will not move your heart from mine Please come.. Embrace me.. So, that I'm sure you are mine Completely..
The word "Meraki" is a word that modern Greeks often use to describe what happens when you leave a piece of yourself (your soul, creativity, or love) in your work. When you love doing something, anything, so much that you put something of yourself into it.
I also discovered that the word Meraki is the inspiration for the name Mirakee.
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On the occasion of Guru Purnima I wish you find a Guru within you to help you find and accept the truth and acknowledge it for the smooth sailing in life ️In yogic lore, it is said that Guru Purnima was the day that saw Shiva become the Adi Guru, or the first Guru. Guru Purnima is held sacred in the yogic tradition because the Adiyogi opened up the possibility for a human being to evolve consciously. The seven different aspects of yoga that were put in these seven individuals became the foundation for the seven basic forms of yoga, something that has still endured. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guru_Purnima