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uv Mar 26
Reaching out for great things
Even when they are far
Your hands might be small
But your mind has no bar

Seeking out rare things
May be bright as a star
Your eyes may be keen
But it might be better afar.
Reaching out for great things, even when they seem distant. Despite physical limitations, the mind knows no bounds. Sometimes, the pursuit of greatness is best admired from afar.
So many things am grateful for...
the gift of life and so much more...
with eyes to see nature's splendour...
lungs breathing air so fresh and pure...

with wits and mind put things together..
friends and loved ones around the corner...
a place to lay each day i retire...
and able to dream and to aspire!
Nilia Loh Jan 2021
Why are you so cool?
How do you do all those things?
So elegant yet strong.
So simple but you stand out so much.
So gentle and kind.
Just another human being,
Yet so unique on its own.
I want to grow up to be like you.
A wonder woman like you.
Lyn-Purcell Oct 2020
Days of vespertine
Where stars bathe within valleys
Before they shine bright
Mini haiku! Feeling somewhat better compared to yesterday. But I know I have alot to work on and alot of things I need to unlearn.
Im gonna make a list of things I need to do for the coming year, such as courses and all.
I want to finally be able to trust myself again.
So that way I can shine purely, without shame, guilt for fear.
Ill be back again soon with more everyone.
Please stay safe and well.
Much love,
Lyn xxxx
Vranda Punjabi Aug 2020
People with the tired souls,
Are the most beautiful ones
to be with!
Even though they're totally empty,
All they do is "GIVE"!

They Give their smiles,
even though they're smileless!
They give their support,
even though they're supportless!

They are the ones,
who are in search of hope to live!
Everyday they sleep tried, thinking,
" why do I have to live ? "

Despite of no dreams and aspirations,
They still inspire others around!
They are filled with negativity within,
But always choose to spread happiness around !

These souls are always near us,
& are really difficult to identify!
Because they are the smarty ones,
Who can hide anything behind THEIR smiles!
Dear Readers,

The great singer Mukesh sir wisely sang the beautiful song written by
The great lyricist Shailendra sir,

"किसी की मुस्कुराहटों पे हो निसार
किसीका दर्द मिल सके तो ले उधार
किसीके वास्ते हो तेरे दिल में प्यार
जीना इसी का नाम है| "

This song inspired me to write a free verse
for all the lovely souls out there ! Who are tired but still have a smile that can heal others!

इसलिये ,ऐसी अद्भुत आत्माओं के लिए यह प्यारा वाक्य!,

"रिश्ता दिल से दिल के ऐतबार का
ज़िन्दा है आप सब से नाम प्यार का|🤗"

I hope yo guys like my next poem "Tired souls!"

#lotsoflove! <3
#dedicated ❤️❤️❤️
Maunas Mehta Aug 2020
When I see,
I fall on my knee,
You inspire,
all I want to is admire,
you quench my fire,
I have no dire,
and I want to aspire,
to always be your squire.
annh May 2020
'Actually, my friend in Taranaki makes the stars. I combine them with my own elements and string them into garlands,' wrote Makery. There was an element of apology about her words. As if she’d been rumbled. As if someone had confirmed the voice of self-doubt that whispered in her ear, 'Who do you think you are, calling yourself an artisan?'

Stringing things together is applied artistry - whether it be words, Scandi-style stars, or fairytale mushrooms threaded on candy coloured twine. We are all hunter-gatherers who construct our creations from discovered elements. Some transmute received knowledge into constructed knowledge. Others beachcomb lexica for found syncretic treasures. All aspire to contribute to the infinite compendium of human self-expression, to create something which says, 'This is who I am.' With the silent addendum, 'I hope you like it.'

'Creating is living doubly. The groping, anxious quest of a Proust, his meticulous collecting of flowers, of wallpapers, and of anxieties, signifies nothing else.'
- Albert Camus, The Myth of Sisyphus and Other Essays
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