Ek Unkahi Kahaani. ( hindi poetry )

   Ek Unkahi Kahani.   Muh me zubaan , Prr hoton pe alfaaz nhi. Zehen me mere chupa magar , Hzaaron khwaab khi. Kehna tha bhut kuch, Prr keh na sake. Simtein hue the aasuo k saath, Mere hrr aisaas khi. Samajh na sake koi, Aisi mushkil me hu mai phasi. Aisa lagta hai ki…

LET ME BE LIKE A FEATHER.

“Let me be as a feather. Strong with purpose yet light at heart, able to bend. And, tho I might become frayed, able to pull myself together again.” – Anita Sams CREDIT: This painting has been made by my creative group and me. Bhavya Singh Priyamwada Gauri Dayal Tracy Reid   Words have enormous  power….

DELICATELY BUFFED.

DELICATELY BUFFED. Her silence is not her weakness, It is the stillness in the air, It is the calmness before the storm, The warning that is blared. She is all what is forbidden , She is all what is adored, She is one in a million or trillion, With  an awareness that glows. Don’t mistake…

Jelly on a plate. — ANNADINE CHARLES

Do visit the blog of Annadine Charles. It is really amazing and you wont regret giving it your time and views. Loved this one put up by her so I am sharing it with all of you. What happens when you get too used to the life you live? Either you soak yourself completely into…

SWIFT ( SKETCH )

SWIFT ( SKETCH ) A horse is one animal which everyone adores and most of us have many memories related to it. I too have many childhood memories related to horses and they have always inspired me. I was going through my childhood  album a few days ago and I came across a pic in…

MYSTERY BLOGGERS AWARD

Hey everyone, I am so happy to recieve this nomination for the mystery blogger award for the SECOND time. I really appreciate the honour given to me by  Jovita. This is her blog  Live! Balancing Life with Jovita , it is an amazing blog do visit her  blog, like, comment and follow. I love the description…

LIGHT UP THE DARK.

LIGHT UP THE DARK. We all have that glowing spark in us, We all have some dark in us, We all need to find the radiance of hope within our hearts, To be or not to be is the question we ask? © by Tracy Joan Reid.