It’s April 01 already, here in India and my first post is going to be on Theme Reveal for A to Z challenge. Last year I had picked an Idiom for an alphabet and then a 8 line poem for it.
This year, the theme I have selected is A to Z : Emotions and Expressions for life. There will be a thought and a 8 line poem written everyday on the selected emotion/feeling.
The Theme poem:
There is no order,
As we think.
There is no path,
As we see.
There is no definition,
As we expect.
But there is randomness,
A to Z.
In the goods or bads, to the point or to the whole,
So can he,
So can she!
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Dedication for #InternationalWomensday
At some part of life you realize that,
Because that definition of good, defined by others, might not just feel right. This situational goodness is definitely a thing!
They are difficult to explain. But they come, stay, give experiences and part!
Tagging for the daily post prompt: Missing (Missing stupidity, is it? )
This one liner is written for IndiSpire Edition 110. The task is to write a one liner, fiction, poetry or experience starting with ‘That day…’
Below is my one liner:
I realized, all good things need not necessarily have good in it!
This post is written for the Quote Challenge, nominated by fellow blogger “Faraday’s Candle“. Thank you so much for the nomination. The two sisters maintain an awesome blog with science posts. You should sure check out the blog. You will sure enjoy every post there!
Here goes my quote:
Life at times,
is all about understanding the little thing that lies between ‘yes’ and ‘no’.
Well yes or may be no! or that i don’t know!
In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “I Want to Know What Love Is.”
We each have many types of love relationships — parents, children, spouses, friends. And they’re not always with people; you may love an animal, or a place. Is there a single idea or definition that runs through all the varieties of “love”?
One definition of Love –
” ~*~ That one special feeling and you don’t know why! ~*~”
Every note can be declared with an optimism. I was just thinking of some phrase to comment about a “third-rate” performance and still say it in a good way and what popped up in my mind was,
” On a scale of first rate to fourth rate, i would say you were a third-rate ! “