IBMC Challengers – September 2016

This is a summary post of challengers who have completed or on-going with the Incredible Blogger Marathon Challenge for the month of September 2016. The challenge was instantiated in the early second week of April 2016.


Melinda from is the Fifteenth blogger to complete this challenge. 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.

Hargun from Living The Dream is the Sixteenth Blogger to complete this challenge. Her posts engage the readers and leave with an expression of wanting to read more. It’s a thorough enjoyment. You can read the first post here: When I See You. 

Sarah is the Seventeenth Blogger to complete the challenge. There are ten interesting takes of the challenges on her blog. You can read the first one here:Blogger Challenge #1.

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.

Blogger from wimpywhiz has initiated the challenge and completed the first one. Here it is: I am and so I am. 

‘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!:-)

A list of all the completed challengers can be found HERE


The Hits

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Very soon my blog will update the counter to 50,000 hits. I dedicate this Haiku for the purpose.  The haiku is written in such a way that if you combine the starting letter of each word, it forms fifty thousand. And the Haiku thanks you all for making this happen. It’s a heartfelt joy and thank you to each and every one.

for i feel, thank you,
the help of uplift, support,
a noteworthy day.

Syllable count per line: 5 7 5

The Goodness Dilemma


In the fleet of time,
While life got hard,
Celebrating the disconnect,
The good got bad.

One missed goal,
Hundred still achieved,
Picky society,
The good got bad.

My own life,
My own rules,
Because I say so,
The good got bad.

With the pressure unwanted,
Grew weaker mind,
Though it’s still good,
The good got bad.

All the praises,
Are now the complains,
Life is moving on,
While the good got bad.

Tagging this poem for the Daily Post Prompt: Facade. Good or Bad, it could just be a Facade!

The Mirror’s Fate

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This post is written for the daily prompt word, ‘Unfinished’.

Long ago in time, there lived a mirror which was visited daily by hundreds and thousands. It was believed that the mirror had a life. It was believed to house some sort of soul inside it. It had an ability to show things in a beautiful way. No matter how perfect the object seen through the mirror was, it always used to beautify it by adjusting the lines, colors, tones etc. Some used to say the mirror was cursed for it never saw beauty in anything. Some used to say the mirror had a boon to make anything look beautiful.


One fine day the community decided to place this mirror in front of another mirror. One huger mirror was built and finally held in front of it. You will not believe what happened to the mirror.  People were amazed to witness the scene. What happened was….

The Void

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From the lights of sun,
Glows the entirety,
Presenting the days,
Glows the locality.


Prison the winds,
Prison the air,
Fools you around,
Escapes everywhere.


As the water flows,
Changes no color,
Lucid and transparent,
You own it or rent.


Housed by the soil,
Food and the bed,
The land lushes green,
Even and serene.



Under this even share,
All equal and fair,
Originates numerous lies,
Rests the dirty human game.

The Celebrity Dinner

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This post is written for IndiSpire Edition number 136. The prompt given is:

If you had 6 chairs on your dining table, which celebrities would you invite to dinner and why? #Celebritydinner

It is a warm Sunday evening, dining hall calling for a celebration. I have been waiting for my five guests while the soothing flute recitals are being played and vegetarian delicious food being cooked.

Here is my list of invited, expected guests. They will be here in no time!

Number one, the father of Computer Science, Alan Turing.


He is the one I adore and worship. He gave life to computers. He streamlined engineering well before in time. There are so many topics I would want to discuss with him starting from the concept of state transitions, enigma, AI etc. Though he is no more, I would still want a seat for him. Keep his works / books on the seat along with a picture and feel his presence.

Number two, film director, auteur, producer, screenwriter and music director, Sanjay Leela Bhansali.


I have been fan of his movie narration. Though lately they all have tragic climax, they connect to the heart and leave a lasting effect. The speak the love out loud. I would want to discuss about his creativity and how he brings all that to work. He definitely is a perfectionist!

Number three, novelist, screenwriter and film producer, J. K. Rowling.


I would like to thank her for giving Harry Potter Series books, which was a significant part while growing up. I would like to discuss about how she creates and links even little things to make the plot so lively and curios.

Number four, cricketer, M. S. Dhoni.


The captain cool. I would like to thank him for giving us so many wow and proud moments. One who knows how to deal the deals. The only one whom I like from cricket, sure has a lot of questions on how he works in a team.

Number five, the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi.


He is the one who has brought hopes in politics and to the country. I would like to thank him for his dedicated busy schedule for working towards the progress of the country. The real life role model.

Well, there goes my list. Do you have one as well?

Need of Knitting Needles

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 Thirty Three:


In the beginning, we learn from life lessons and experiences.

In the middle, we learn life is a roll of opportunities.

In the end, it’s about how the open end becomes beginning of something beautiful!


We and Almighty


The muddled up mob,
The complicated psyche,
The language of anguish,
The seek for happiness,
He said, “there is a twist,
Wait for it!”

The days of no clue,
The zig’s and zag’s,
The many open opportunities,
The seek for happiness,
He said, “there was already a twist,
Didn’t you see it!”

The morals on the grounds,
The thrashed lives,
The unspoken solitude,
The seek for happiness,
He said, “it’s still not late,
Please see it!”