The true path of love that changes how we perceive everything and everyone.


An overly populated world, a globe of uncertainties, and a crowd of disgraceful people all-around you. Untrustworthy, Unloving, and Unfaithful. This world isn’t imaginable if we ever try to weed-out these qualities of human beings; for there is nothing that can make us completely disagree. Our world, from north or from south, is ruthless emotionally,… Continue reading The true path of love that changes how we perceive everything and everyone.

The departed culture of love: the divine eyes which x-rays than feel


“Eyes filled with dirt can’t see a scratch-less heart, a loyal soul, or a beautiful face.” A time when we look at someone, irrespective of gender, irrespective of colour, irrespective of culture or anything. When we really look at someone and want to be looked back, the eyes communicate even if we don’t spoken a… Continue reading The departed culture of love: the divine eyes which x-rays than feel

ODYSSEY


Aquarian form of poetry weaving a tale to the journey where one's heart resides.Here are the lines that takes you with them to a far away meadow: JourneyTo that bliss nicheWhere my heart is buriedFar flung. PetalsHued so diverseFrom crimson to azureBeaut grace. My soulLays down in peace,On the green springy turf,Feels high. I'm caughtIn… Continue reading ODYSSEY

FEEL THE LOST RAIN: PUT UP A COSTLESS SMILE


We know the cascade of thoughts and their impacts on our life. Life is terrain, and we all walk through. Every time we breathe, after we’re born, the breathes dissolved in the air tells us to understand that we became one more breathe old. Standing for the first time in our lives, when we did… Continue reading FEEL THE LOST RAIN: PUT UP A COSTLESS SMILE

Quotes to celebrate Environment Day


The poetry of the earth is never dead." - John Keats "The fairest thing in nature, a flower, still has its roots in earth and manure." - D. H. Lawrence "There is something infinitely healing in the repeated refrains of nature – the assurance that dawn comes after night, and spring after winter." - Rachel… Continue reading Quotes to celebrate Environment Day

Nine Stories| J.D.Salinger | Book of the day |


Nine Stories (1953) is a collection of short stories by American fiction writer J. D. Salinger published in April 1953. It includes two of his most famous short stories, "A Perfect Day for Bananafish" and "For Esmé – with Love and Squalor". (Nine Stories is the U.S. title; the book is published in many other… Continue reading Nine Stories| J.D.Salinger | Book of the day |

Natural Amalgamation


Relentlessly, walking through the silent roads, I couldn't find a way to escape the thoughts of amalgamation, i would say. People often losses themselves to people around them. The thoughts however keeps hovering into the heads; the thoughts of being you. Why can't we understand thoughts of delving into the nature or resources the nature… Continue reading Natural Amalgamation