I’ll keep following the trail
till I reach my goal
I don’t know how far and for how long
I swear on my soul
I got to keep moving…
…I got to keep moving.
A broad daylight larceny that everybody saw
Their hegemony stood above the law
Chasing their nemesis chosen by god
That are buying time to catch the fraud
Writing is an art.
Expressing emotions through words is not as easy as it sounds. It takes an
arduous journey to leave a mark as a writer. Many a times finding the right
word could be challenging which is why many of us might consider giving up
An extensive research through internet might yield greater results but yet again, right choice of words or key words are quite essential.
Let’s cut to the chase. Couple of days back I found this interesting cheat-sheet which might be of some use to the budding writers. Much as I hate to live by the rules when it comes to writing some of you could most certainly make use of it. It’s a wonderful guide in your attempt to personify things or make it look more realistic.
Let me thank the one who drafted this easy-guide on behalf of all my writer-friends.
If you have any additional tips/inputs in this regard please feel free to comment below. Your experience might aid others.
It doesn’t always rain, it’s not always sunny
if you think otherwise you’d rather seem funny
Life is a ball. It’s gotta keep rolling, honey
But of course yes, you need lotta money
The cross, the blood and the holy grail
Staged in the deserts of the Middle East – God’s will?
But that tall, white, blue eyed, blond male
doesn’t quite seem to fit the bill
Dimwit dandy dropped his keys
when they gave him women and wine
He pulled his pants and dropped on his knees
that filthy shameless swine.
He wasn’t the right man at the right place
neither did he attempt to wear a sad-face
It’s nobody’s fault; he sighed
the soothsayer hadn’t lied.
They lamented the loss of their beloved sons
whose perseverance won’t be forgotten
Feisty worries, the chosen ones
wrapped in blood stained cotton.
I saw a bottle floating by and I noticed there’s a letter in it
I opened the lid and read the note; guess what’s in it?
Big and bold some buffoon wrote
‘Put the note back and let the bottle float’!
It’s a little too early for the shindig
don’t you think?
Scammer with a weird wig
and your men in pink!
Their ruse worked and nations fought
but they are coveting the kingdom
Muscles flexed, accomplices sought
the game-plan wasn’t at random
Prophets sent, books revealed
but they heed ‘em not
Evil lurks, faces concealed
for how long before they’re caught?
100 Posts! Where did I start…Where did I reach…It all seems so yesterday. Many of you might have already reached a much higher mile stone than this. But this is where I am! I wouldn’t call it an achievement, it’s rather an indicator of how attached I am to expressing myself through my new found niche and how comfortable I feel telling you bits and odds of my life and the world that I see.
I embarked on this journey with a rucksack full of poetry, photography, a diary and a snack box full of simple English. Along the way I met other travellers, hitchhikers, mountaineers, cyclists, joggers…all had their own tales to tell. Many were touching and the rest I chose not to touch.
Way back when I started
this blog, I had no clue that I would meet so many wonderful people such as
you. I simply wanted to pen down the voices that I heard from my heart and the
sage that spoke from my mind. Sadly enough, in my case, the uphills always
outnumbered the downhills. But that’s what brings the best in you. At least that’s
what I believe in. it’s an essential ingredient in creating a masterpiece.
Anyway, “Here I am,
this is me. There’s nowhere else on earth I’d rather be”.
Thank you for all you
love. Thank you for being a part of my life. Sometimes all we need is someone
to lend us their ears and listen to our stories so we could go to bed and sleep
…and thank you for
stopping by to read this bit. By the time you finish reading I would’ve already
gone. Life is a journey and we are all travellers…
Remember: The world is
round! Looking forward to meeting you again,
Jumping fish! Jumping fish!
Now I gotta make a wish
I close my eyes and stretch my arms
‘How about serving you all in my dish?’