Sorry for being inactive so long. Hope you all are doing well. Wish you all lots of happiness and health. Will be back after a month. Held up in preparing for entrance tests. Just logged in for a check and couldn't help posting something.
Dark poetry is something that has fascinated me but seldom have I tried it. As per the Challenge we're not supposed to praise the writer whom we're inspired from so I'm leaving it for you guys to guess the person
Rules are as simple as this equation A=B=C=A ( Equation of transitivity)
- Choose 3 linked words A,B,C - In line one ,write a short quote interlinking words A and B - In line 2, write a short quote interlinking words B and C - In line 3, write a short quote interlinking words C and A - And in the last line i.e. forth line...use all the three words to convey the message linking all together!
Wishing a very empowering women's day to all the powerful lovely women out there ❤
A small ode to all the women writers ! Hope you all like it
PS:- Ignore my bad handwriting for this was a random write while solving physics this morning
Learn a new word today - #Evar Which means nothing comparable to. It's usually used as an exclamatory ending just like the way we use Alas! for sadness. I learnt it last year in my school. Credits to my grammar teacher .
Lots of love and more power to your pen, Yours daydreamer
Proud to be an Indian No matter what you contribute to your mother, she'll always be happy with you but make sure you contribute your best to your motherland. Proud of the army and force of our nation for their bravery and sacrifice. A grand salute
Charo khane chitt !! For Indian army is lit Jai Hind
True love is like the railtrack Incomplete without each other Supporting and completing each other No matter how fast the train rushes The connection is always firm Always together and parallel Yet can never be United !
A little whisper into ears Manifestos years after years Pursuit in for some change Blank pages are blank is not so strange Population control is indeed must Protect thy self in love and lust Equality of necessity is always dimmer Stand and see, boxes full of rubber Cheap and government aided it is for free Seen any flower of Eden garden in need Cramping flesh and then she bleed Where is the plus? is it closed just see When will the soul, stay free Customs and talks are for sure Pure soul termed as impure Thoughts of society and department have become thin Rubbers are free, why is not sanitary napkin?
TO INDIA, WITH LOVE: An Appreciation Piece for Mirakee, India, and Her Beautiful People by Carolyn Glackin Mirakee has certainly broadened my horizons in regard to writing, but also in regard to my awareness of India and her people. For those who don't know, the Mirakee App concept was created by several innovative and creative individuals in India. To date, the members here are said to be comprised of roughly 90% citizens of India. As I've come to know, love, respect, and admire so many of you, I was inspired to write the poem in the image area, and comprise the following detailed history in your honor. Jai Hind!
*The information below was gathered by me from several websites, and then penned into my own words. I did my best to be sure that the facts and statistics were current and accurate. My apologies if anything is incorrect.
There are a myriad of beautiful customs, traditions, and celebrations all throughout India. It would take me weeks, if not a lifetime, to properly touch on that topic. One in particular that I'd like to mention is Holi. I first learned of it right here on Mirakee, and I was immediately delighted by this particularly jovial, lighthearted, colorful, and fun celebration, which is one of the three national holidays in India. There are countless other beautiful festivals and celebrations, but as I said, much time would be needed to discuss that topic any further. In India, you will be met with a vast and endless array of mouthwatering food and tantalizing aromas. I can't even begin to properly cover that topic either, so you'll just have to take my word for it; or better yet, try it for yourself. You'll thank me later. There are gorgeous, vibrant colors at nearly every turn; and the weddings there are truly a delight for the visual senses (as well as the tastebuds!). The country's population is comprised of humble, warm, and welcoming people, who possess a work ethic the likes of which I've seldom ever seen. If you know even one person hailing from India, you'll surely agree. I'm blessed to know many, the majority of whom I met right here on Mirakee. Regarding animal life, due to its varied climate, India is home to roughly 65,000 animal species. It's touted as a 'bird watcher's paradise,' and rightfully so, as birds of every color imaginable adorn the trees. And speaking of trees... well, I probably shouldn't! I could go on for hours about trees, particularly flowering ones; but to name a few notable ones, there's the sacred Bael tree, the holy Banyan, the divine Mango tree (need I say more about that one??), and many, many, many others. Getting back to the animal kingdom, India is the only country in the world where both lions AND tigers dwell (be still my heart *swoon*). On the coast of the Bay of Bengal, you'll find the world's largest mangrove forest. Dwelling in the rivers there are tigers, sharks, sea turtles, saltwater crocodiles, and river dolphins. Other native animals include elephants, pythons, and rhinos. The Himalayas, which rise majestically in the north, are home to some of India's rarest animals, including the ever elusive snow leopard and the one-horned rhino. Most of India forms a peninsula, and the widely varied terrain includes the Thar Desert in the west, the Ganges Plain in the north, jungles in the northeast, and of course the aforementioned Himalayas in the north. The southwest is bordered by the Arabian Sea. There are seemingly as many Indian languages as there are people, which is a fact that I find rather fascinating. The most commonly known languages are Hindi and English. Beyond those two, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Odia, Tamil, Telugu, and Urdu are considered to be some of the other most common languages. I happen to have a fondness for Sanskrit, which was the primary language of ancient India, and is said to be the root of many modern Indian languages today. Nowadays, Sanskrit is spoken by only 1% of the country's population, and is only considered an official language in the state of Uttarakhand. Well, truly there is far more to be said of this beautiful country and the wonderful souls dwelling therein, but I do have to end this at some point, or I'd likely go on forever. Obviously, the best way to experience the many splendors of India would be to hop on a plane and head in that direction. I currently have no plans to travel though, so unless or until that day should ever come, I have Mirakee, and all of you. God bless. With much love, Carolyn
Love is a universal term which can be for any being or object. We can write or scribble or doodle or sketch or do anything on our last pages. Love can be for your own self , your art , your dream , your passion, your friends , your family or sometimes even for the departed souls we miss. Let not the four lettered golden word be restricted to the love of couples and crushes. Some Unseen love are seen and yet Unseen. Just explore them and bleed it through your ink.
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So it was a long long break! Isn't it? I was thinking to extend this for a month more but Last night I ended up writing this poem and could just not stop myself from posting it asap. This one is specially for people Fighting for a place in college, placements in company, a medal in competition and some respect in the world! Here it goes...! Happy reading! Do comment and let me know if you liked this poem and can add your verses to this! Power to you !