A life, so simple…

Greetings everyone! It’s been really long that I posted anything. Recently, read an old poem of mine on Poems & Quotes, the best poetry community I’ve ever been in. Old memories and writings show how we have evolved and in a way, show our transition. Enjoyed to relive it! I hope you all enjoy reading it. Please do share your comments and make my day … Continue reading A life, so simple…

The Sage of immortal words

This post won the ‘Prompt of the Month’ contest hosted by WritersEzine.com Siddhartha Gautama Buddha was a sage on whose teachings Buddhism was founded. His guidance and discipline influenced many individuals who wished to find peace in their lives. He is an epitome of immortality as his teachings and sayings are still imbibed in many hearts and practiced still to seek peace and solitude in their … Continue reading The Sage of immortal words

Another Key to Success – Self Confidence

“Another Key to Success – Self Confidence” – Sarah Delk From the quietly confident doctor whose advice we rely on to the charismatic confidence of inspiring speakers it is self confidence which is the mantra for success. Self confident people have qualities which everyone admires and desires to possess. Self confidence is extremely important in every aspect of our lives be it the simple task … Continue reading Another Key to Success – Self Confidence

Poetic Form of the Week – abecedarian

The abecedarian is an ancient poetic form guided by alphabetical order. Generally each line or stanza begins with the first letter of the alphabet and is followed by the successive letter, until the final letter is reached. The earliest examples are Semitic and often found in religious Hebrew poetry. The form was frequently used in ancient cultures for sacred compositions, such as prayers, hymns, and psalms. There … Continue reading Poetic Form of the Week – abecedarian