What Words Can Do – #8

"I think new writers are too worried that it has all been said before. Sure it has, but not by you." ~Asha Dornfest Happy Blogging! -Megha Bhartiya💜

What Words Can Do – #7

"Travel sparks our imagination, feeds our curiosity and reminds us how much we all have in common." ~Deborah Lloyd Happy Blogging! -Megha Bhartiya💜

Three Things You Can’t Outrun

Three things you can't outrun. Three things you can't deceive. The first is the one you're born to fulfil. The first is no other than your destiny. Three things you can't outrun. Three things you come closer to with each breath. The second is the inevitable end of us all. The second is a meeting... Continue Reading →

What Words Can Do – #6

"There will come a day I know it, when you'll love yourself as I love you, and you won't view your scars as ugly, but a tally of times you made it through." ~Erin Hanson Happy Blogging! -Megha Bhartiya💜

What Words Can Do – #4

"Tonight, you may be sorrowful or silent, empty or alone, but you have the moon, and you have your breath, and in inhaling the wonder of these alone, you might find yourself wrapped in the soft shawl of gentle relief that this very moment is beautiful and more than worthy of perfect love." ~Victoria Erickson... Continue Reading →

What Words Can Do – #3

"I'll plant a row of daisy seeds, in the space below each eye, so they'll remind you of your beauty, when they bloom each time you cry." ~Erin Hanson Happy Blogging! -Megha Bhartiya 💜

Fire & Water

You drown me and I'll burn you. Cool me down and I'll heat you. I'll melt your ice and you freeze my inferno. Drizzle down my body and I'll warm you to your core. I'll ignite you into flames and you'll leave me icebound. Wildfires and Snow-blizzards,we'll wreck the sky and grounds. Distant we're dangerous,... Continue Reading →

What Words Can Do – #2

"The cosmos is all that is or ever was or ever will be. Our feeblest contemplations of the cosmos stir us - there is a tingling in the spine, a catch in the voice, a faint sensation as if a distant memory of falling from a height. We know we are approaching the greatest of... Continue Reading →

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