SUMMER’S END

Originally posted on Lost In Amberland:
Waves crash around me. You hold my hand tight. In this moment I feel free; As my soul takes flight. I’m breathing in the salty fresh air. The wind blowing through my hair; I gaze out into the vast, turquoise sea. It gets no better than this; you and…

SOULS IN STARS

Originally posted on M.A aka Hellion's BookNook:
I reach out To the soul that I miss, The friend I know breathes to exist. The searching soul, That holds beauty in hand, That loves the stars and worships the sand. We run in the clouds, Drink the rain, Idolize the Moon, Sleep between grain.…

HOW TO LOOK AT YOUR PROBLEMS IN A BETTER WAY

Originally posted on Your Friendly Malaysian Writer:
“And let that be a lesson to you all. Nobody beats Vitas Gerulaitis 17 times in a row.” That was what the tennis player said after breaking his 16-time losing streak. Sometimes, it almost seems like the best way to get through life is to lie to ourselves.…

BREATHE ~ A THOUGHT

Originally posted on insight07's blog:
Everyone do a simple exercise with me. *Breathe in* *Breathe out* *Breathe in* *Breathe out* Now, just imagine. While you were doing this exercise, someone took their last breath and someone took their first. I find this entire world mind boggling! • Access this and other poems in my…

REMEMBERING MANOJ DAS

http://worldofmanojdas.in/ Manoj Das (27 February 1934 – 27 April 2021) was an Indian author who wrote in Odia and English. In 2000, Manoj Das was awarded the Saraswati Samman. He was awarded Padma Shri in 2001, the fourth-highest Civilian Award in India, Padma Bhusan in 2020, the third highest Civilian Award in India for hisContinue reading “REMEMBERING MANOJ DAS”