ENDLESS NIGHTS

Originally posted on MayaLand:
Traveling along a convoyBut still rambling alone. Your stunning shadowHaunting me day and night. Somewhere ,Someone must be spending  nights aloneWhere Silence speaks all night long. Keeping me tied up in the unlimited waitEyes seeking someoneA Rifling on the door. Holding my heartbeatSledding my days and nightsHolding up myself with no…

FEEL FREE, AND JUST BE…

Originally posted on Develop. Inspire. Transform.:
the tree grows taller, andsometimes I feel smallerthan life as it manifests before me moments like thesecome and go, we know,and yet, as they arise,we continually strive… to knowthe answers, yet,will we remember to abide… insteadof fightingagainst the currentwe feel inside, let it subside and know, this energywill carry…

LOVE IS SOMETIMES WALKING AWAY

My heart bleeds buckets as I continue to walk the mountains and think of youI carry 2 buckets  up the hill… 1 for me  and 1 for you I stop to do what I can some ready for the offeringothers lost or there for the taking I continue to walk wishing I could do more but more is neverContinue reading “LOVE IS SOMETIMES WALKING AWAY”

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”

HOLD IT CLOSE

Originally posted on Vrunda Chauk:
When you want to feel loved When you want to feel confident When you want to feel happy But you are feeling the exact opposite Have a glance At your daily life Look for the little moments That make you feel loved By your friends or family Or even when…

WORLD POETRY DAY

World Poetry Day is celebrated on 21 March, and was declared by UNESCO (the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) in 1999, “with the aim of supporting linguistic diversity through poetic expression and increasing the opportunity for endangered languages to be heard”. Its purpose is to promote the reading, writing, publishing and teaching ofContinue reading “WORLD POETRY DAY”

पापा की लाडली- बेटी

Originally posted on Harina's Blog:
एक रिश्ता है, बड़ा ही प्यारापिता-पुत्री का रिश्ता है न्यारा। मेरे पापा सब से न्यारे है,मेरे पापा सब से प्यारे है। बेटी के लिए पूरी दुनिया होते है उसके पापा,पापा के लिए राजकुमारी होती है उनकी बेटी। बेटी पर प्रेम का झरना बरसाते है पापा,बेटी पर देखभाल का झरना…

LIVING ABOVE THE PAIN

Originally posted on Roth Poetry:
Somewhere above the pain there is life A place where one can live and function Where hopes and dreams can still be achieved Living above the pain does not make it go away It only allows one to be in control Pain lies rooted in one’s being A constant reminder…

MOTHERHOOD

Originally posted on aroused:
mothers have a profound influence on the mental stability and emotional ability of their children to thrive or merely survive they can nurture and coax boost and boast or shred their child to threads self worth hangs on her approval crumbles violently at disapproval most feed and cloth their kids her…

SHY

Originally posted on Develop. Inspire. Transform.:
Photo by Fransiskus Filbert Mangundap on Unsplash They always called meshy, andI always wonderedwhy? Time spent at homewas such a treat,I never reallygave it much thought, orattentions’ discrete. I simply, waved goodbyeand merely moved on. Upon reflection,however,it’s clearthatI Was simply tiredfrom all their stares,andcomparative airs. All the whileI was…

REFLECTIONS ON THE DREAM

Originally posted on Roth Poetry:
Reflections on Grant Park 2004 – 2021 11/4/08 I saw America gathered on a cold November night Black and white, yellow and red with all blends in sight I saw America gathered together as one people on the lawn Children of integration, people of hope, “silver spoons,” and ghetto moms…

SAY GOODBYE TO YESTERDAY

Unique Times Photo by Julia Khalimova on Pexels.com Say goodbye to yesterdayTo make way for what’s to comeClean out the closet of our mindSo we can dwell in possibility. Say goodbye to yesterdayThe heartache and the lossWe’ve made it through the crazinessNo mater what the cost. Say goodbye to yesterdayAnd thank it for the lessonsWeContinue reading “SAY GOODBYE TO YESTERDAY”