“If you can follow the silence,
If you can love the hate,
If there is thyself in those eyes,
If gestures make the talk,
If you can sparkle in the bright,
If you can breathe the breathe,
If you can forget who you are,
You have started the RUN.”
This has been like my dream project and have loved writing each and every sentence of it. All set to be out on September 11, 2016 as a free ebook.
Run has a color,
Run has a measure.
Run washes the color,
Run exceeds the measure.
Run demands a new color,
Run questions the measure.
Dye with a new color,
Forget the measure.
This is a summary post of challengers who have completed or on-going with the Incredible Blogger Marathon Challenge for the month of August 2016. The challenge was instantiated in the early second week of April 2016.
A total of fourteen challengers have completed the IBMC thus far. You can see the list of all challengers HERE.
Melinda from melindakucsera.com has completed Nine Challenges so far. She has combined all the challenges together weaving a thriller and its nerve exciting to read. You can start reading the mystery tale from the first post here: The Mark of the Destiny.
Mohit from the blog World Wide Civil has completed Eight Challenges so far. His posts are simple and directly attack the thoughts. You can read his first post here: Shoulder of Support.
Hargun from Living The Dream has completed Seven Challenges so far. Her posts engage the readers and leave with an expression wanting to read more. It’s a thorough enjoyment. You can read the first post here: When I See You.
Sarah has completed Two challenges so far. I am Excited! You can read the first one here: Blogger Challenge #1.
‘Thank you’ to all who have taken/been taking the challenge and to all who have liked them. Feel free to take up the challenge if it excites you!
This post is written for Ronovan Writes Weekly Haiku Challenge Number 111. The words given for this week to write a haiku are Rhyme and Reason.
fiction or real life,
you will see that pain and gain,
rhyme for a reason.
Syllables Per Line: 5 7 5
This post is for Mundane Monday Challenge #73: Learn Photography. The weeks theme is to focus on making interesting frames and photographs. You can visit the page for more details.
This photograph is captured at a lake: Unkal Lake, Hubli, which is around 2 kms from my home.
Caption: “The Water Surrenders At The Set”
Time: around 6.45pm, that day, the sunset was really beautiful
Camera: Sony Exmor, 10.2MP, No other effects.
Few months ago, I had read about writing short stories in less than 25 words. Here is my attempt:
“Story? Less than 25 words?
I wish I had learnt to read, write and count!” Said the peon at school!
Seventy years, it’s been. It’s the feeling of warmth and goodness to listen to Prime Minister, Mr. Narendra Modi’s address for the day. A day to feel proud about and think on how can one contribute to make the living better.
oh dear subscriber,
for the nations magazine,
be an author.
We all are writers for our nations magazine. It is our duty to write something which directly or indirectly impacts for the betterment. Not just once, but frequently and periodically.
The wings to flutter,
The wings to hallucinations,
The wings to realize,
The complex phenomenon.
The wings on sale!
The fall and fly,
The jump with joy,
Like own the sky,
The wings on sale!
A tiny peek,
Inner self’s deep,
Know the truth,
The wings within.
The wings of freedom!
Three Line Tales (TLT) is a challenge put forth by Only 100 Words. The challenge is to write a three line tale for the supplied image.
Here is my take for the Week Number Twenty Seven:
Three friends, walking peacefully in the cherry farm were gazing at the cherries all round.
The cherries were fetching a rush of memory throwbacks of fun and favor of the past times.
Silently and peacefully, the cherries made the talk.
Dedicated to the ‘Friendship Day‘, thanking all my friends who make this place and living beautiful.
The Incredible Blogger Marathon Challenge which was instantiated in the early second week of April 2016, is now part of WordPress Events.
It can be found in Events listing page which is HERE and a detailed note HERE. It is a challenge of ten varying tasks to be completed in fifteen days. A total of 14 challengers have successfully completed the IBMC so far.
Happiness and smiles!