Throwing In The Towel


There isOnly this much Your soulAnd body Can takeAfter your red line IsDeliberately crossed Throwing in the towelIs Your last loving, caringAnd bearing act Note: There are people who don't even care about throwing in the towel when it comes to ending a relationship. They simply walk away without even announching, discussing, arguing, or at … Continue reading Throwing In The Towel

A Stranger Called Me A Sober Man


... and when I Googled its meaning, here's what I found; sober meaning not affected by alcohol; not drunk. Similar: not drunknot intoxicatedclear-headedas sober as a judgeteetotalabstinentnon-drinkingabstemioustemperatemoderateon the wagondryOpposite:drunk serious, sensible, and solemn."a sober view of life" serioussensiblesolemnthoughtfulgravesombresevereearnestsedatestaiddignifiedsteadylevel-headedserious-mindedbusinesslikedown-to-earthcommonsensicalpragmaticself-controlledrestrainedconservativestrictpuritanicaldouceunemotionaldispassionatefactualrealisticobjectivelow-keymatter-of-factprosaicno-nonsenserationallogicalstraightforwardwell consideredplain Opposite: light-heartedfrivoloussensationalemotional verb make or become sober after drinking alcohol."that coffee sobered him up" become soberbecome … Continue reading A Stranger Called Me A Sober Man

Speak The Language Of Masses


I have had close interaction with self-entitled and pseudo intellectuals, writers, poets and what not. They want to impress us all with their learned collection of vocabulary. But in the process, they forget the very basic foundation or principle of comunication i.e speak the language of masses. The masses start with totally uneducated and end … Continue reading Speak The Language Of Masses

Kylee Bear – An English Teacher And A Book Reviewer


Processed with VSCO with s3 preset This is how she introduces herself on Gravatar; Just an English teaching, espresso sipping, book reading digital nomad pretending she knows what she's doing with her life.Kylee Bear Her blog "A Slice of Ky" is a very interesting read since she posted many reviews of books. Her online persona … Continue reading Kylee Bear – An English Teacher And A Book Reviewer

Only Actions Combined With Words (Prayers) Can Defeat Evil


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PcM3Y8kACo4 Your definition of evil may not equal mine. For example, murdering a child in the womb might very well be defined as an inconvenient right to abort a baby. Or dividing this free planet Earth (for birds and animals except humans) via physical or intellectual borders may very well be disguised as security and … Continue reading Only Actions Combined With Words (Prayers) Can Defeat Evil

My Words Gave Birth To This Deep Reflection By Eleonora Zizzi


Eleonora Zizzi is an insightful and a very interesting blogger (https://storytellerseyewords.com/) from Italy who recently found my blog. Upon seeing two of my poems at "In The Middle Of A Funeral" and "She Fears Every Positive Word", Eleonora commented with these awesome-beyond-words; Sometimes love can be ruthless and cruel, so much so that you love … Continue reading My Words Gave Birth To This Deep Reflection By Eleonora Zizzi

Why Can’t I Pick The Pen To Write Creatively?


Creative writing is like painting a picture via words. Human experiences and interactions are random and dependent upon various factors i.e cultures, personalities, our own circumstances, situations, upbringing, etc. This is the reason, autobiographies don't fully do the justice to represent someone who they really are or who they would love to be. My soul … Continue reading Why Can’t I Pick The Pen To Write Creatively?

15,000 Plus Blog Posts In Three years 🥰


Its time to surprise myself (happily) 😍. I started to bleed via written words on 5th Feb 2017, almost 9 years after I kissed her first time on the bench next to a lake. Since that moment when I could not keep emotions (of lost love at the hands of her cheating) to myself, its … Continue reading 15,000 Plus Blog Posts In Three years 🥰

I’m Rachel, it was in my mind, and now it’s out.


Only when you are an avid reader and a writer like myself, you can feel how I felt after reading these words. Here's how a favorite writer of mine introduces herself in her "About" blog post; I write from the corner of the world and from the corners of my mind. I’m Rachel, it was in … Continue reading I’m Rachel, it was in my mind, and now it’s out.

Idealism Keeps Growing Inside Me


I have seen people give up too soon or become complacent at best. In their 20's and 30's, I see a lot of their energy and optimism. But the moment their middle age sets in, mostly they start get "settled" for good with whatever, without much plans about future or even for their present. The … Continue reading Idealism Keeps Growing Inside Me