This is in response to Chelsea's weekly Terrible Poetry contest. The topic is plot twists. I've fallen in love with a ghost, She's the one I care for the most. No matter where I am, She's always there. Supports me with this cross I bare. Touches me in places where, Other people aren't aware... ~ … Continue reading In Love With A Ghost – A Terrible Poem
"If a man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer. Let him step to the music which he hears, however measured or far away." - Henry David Thoreau I thought I'd just do something light and fun for today's post. Something I've not done before. Music is … Continue reading Five Songs That Sum Up My Life
Should I stay or Should I cross this road? It depends, Is there someone on the other side? If not, then, I suppose. ~ I prefer my roads less traveled. People socialize breezily and so easily, I swear it leaves me baffled. ~ Rule number one in life, If you can't beat 'em, Stay the … Continue reading A Man So Paranoid
Thanks so much to Dragon for this kind-hearted poem. 🙂 ❤
Dear Wolf Boy,
May this letter finds you in good health and spirit. I apologise for being so late and I really aimed to write this one long, long ago.
I can’t say how much I admire you and what a great treasure you have given me. I don’t find enough words to fill in my gratitude. And perhaps, words can never express the vastness of my feelings as well.
I am no great poet as you are, but still I try my best to pen my admiration for you in a poem.
The Wolf Boy
Breaking through dark cages,
And dark phases
Of dark times,
Standing out of the pack,
And warmth around the worlds.
Your courage has no boundary,
Your inner strength has no border,
You have stood up again,
You have looked broader
All around the worlds.
Master, you are, at controlling words,
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"Discipline is the soul of an army. It makes small numbers formidable; procures success to the weak, and esteem to all." - George Washington Discipline and Motivation I was speaking with a new blogger friend of mine, TMP, whom I've only recently met and we were discussing the subject of discipline on a post of his. … Continue reading Discipline, Drive, and Self-Motivation
They say, just one step at a time, One foot, goes before the other. The results will be sublime. Just take one step, And then another. ~ It may be tough to think like that, If you're focused on your goal. It may not sound like much, But, it might save your heart and soul. … Continue reading One Foot Before The Other
A man hits his son to teach him a lesson, The punishments vary, He likes to keep him guessin'. The boy grows up with a burden to carry. ~ The boy becomes a man, That man finds himself a wife, They have themselves a son, They start themselves a life. ~ But, it's rife with … Continue reading The Pain Train
“Look up, always. Look back, never.” ― Karen Quan Just a Quick Note: Some of my oldest posts, I plan on re-editing and releasing again in the next month or so, because my writing was still very amateur in the beginning and they were never really read, but I believe the messages in those posts were important. … Continue reading When You Hit Rock Bottom. There’s Nowhere to Go But Up!
The Rules Put the award logo on your blog. (Didn't see a Logo) Answer the 7 questions asked by the person who nominated you. Thank the person who nominated you and add a link to their blog. Nominate any number of people, linking to their blogs and let them know you nominated them by commenting … Continue reading The Real Neat Blog Award from Nour
Hello again friends, bloggers and muses, Welcome back to another installment of Behind the Author. This is where we journey behind the scenes in one writer's life to understand a little more about them and how they've ended up where they are now. As always, the point is to better understand the inner sanctum of … Continue reading Behind the Author: Filosofa’s Word
Fandango's Flash Fiction Challenge Another creative writing challenge, and my first attempt at this one. The challenge is to create a story of under 300 words to accompany the picture which I have used for the feature of this post. You can find the original challenge post here. And, here's my little piece of work, … Continue reading The Road of Curiosities – Fandango’s Flash Fiction Challenge
A young girl sits, On the peak of a great hill, Under a star-filled sky, Behind a creaky old windmill, Following the trails of Dragons with her eyes. ~ She's sweet and humble, With strength and resolve, If you fought with her dragon's, She'd be, Quite frankly, Appalled. ~ But, she wouldn't let it last … Continue reading The Dragon Warrior
“Clouds come floating into my life, no longer to carry rain or usher storm, but to add color to my sunset sky.” ― Rabindranath Tagore Letters To Myself I was out for a walk yesterday, and I was thinking about the intricacies of life. Not only the intricacies of life, but our perceptions of those … Continue reading A Letter – From Past to Present & Present to Past
Let's get real, Let's stop filtering our minds. ~ No deal! ~ Those who live a life to con, Against those who seek to do no wrong. ~ The ones who dream for the collective, Rather than humanity's few selective. The ones who are just too scared to fight, Are now invited to our plight. … Continue reading No More Muted Voices
The Joke A penguin is driving to the mall when all of a sudden his engine starts running really rough, and smoke is coming from under the hood. Luckily, there's an auto repair shop right next to the mall, so he pulls in there. The mechanic says he'll be glad to take a look, but … Continue reading 400 Followers – And Another Joke 🙂