In response to SL-WEEK 3 : KEZAKO Here is my entry for this week. Hope you like it.
In response to The Daily Post's weekly photo challenge: "Half and Half." Bridge I love the blues in this picture. It was taken last year on a trip with friends.
It’s been a month since we last talked nicely, being at least friends. Time seems to be passing by too quickly but my world has collapsed. My own universe is lost into the mist; and I am helpless. I can just hope and pray. A feeble amount of hope and my trust would mean nothing… Continue reading July 19, 2015 8.24pm
I am extremely exhausted. Wouldn’t have this planning been there, I would have had a day spent in studying. And the days of Ramadan come to end soon. I regretfully believe I couldn’t keep up and encourage myself to do much more in this blessed month. Being in multiple roles and then a sinful human;… Continue reading July 13th, 2015 12.40AM
In response to The Daily Post's writing prompt: "Symbol." Finally, a beautiful sober wedding cake. That is it! The ceremony comes to end, but a beginning of a brand new future of the two together. Wedding cakes weren't ever so significant to me although I am a cake lover myself. But I think when the… Continue reading There Comes the Cake.
In response to The Daily Post's weekly photo challenge: "Symbol." A mesmerizing ceremony, with sophistic table arrangements, wine glasses, fragrance and lilies set everywhere. Far off a stunningly beautiful bride sits in her gracious smile, meets the guests and shows off her bright eyes into the camera lens when every time the photographers asks her… Continue reading A Sophisticated Table
My sanity has been beheld in your lost reflection.
July 7th, 2015 - 8.40pm You will never believe me. I loved you more than anything, more than ever anyone could. I feel all alone; deep in my heart I know I was yours. Yet it was so hard to keep on. I just wish if we could… My self-respect and your ego; ate up… Continue reading I Loved You..
In response to The Daily Post's weekly photo challenge: "Door." Back in Sept 11, 2012. Passing by the higher secondary classes and noticed an inspirationally designed library door saying, "Stay on the right track". Of course I didn't have a DSLR back then, my Note(RIP) did pretty enough for me. Daily Post has timed this… Continue reading Stay on the right track!
In response to The Daily Post's weekly photo challenge: "Intricate."
In response to The Daily Post's weekly photo challenge: "Intricate." My one of the favorite handmade article. It is tiny, but boasts off its old English style with pearls, laces and neatly tied bows of ribbons.
This is one of my most favorite shots. The morning was cold, but the clear sky and the warmth sun gave out balance the purple tone of the sky. Birds silhouettes and their chirps accompanied with the capture, makes this photograph my favorite. And it makes me remember spending more than an hour on the… Continue reading Early Sunrise
In response to The Daily Post's weekly photo challenge: "Afloat."
-Guardian Of My Dreams- From the core of my heart A wish longed to be fulfilled. By the end of every sunset In words my dreams instilled. Billions of stars there shined In dark rails of those skies, Could not just one fall for us? And turn away our all cries. My prayers shall be… Continue reading Guardian Of My Dreams
What’s really going on?!
When I talk to my single friends they want to be married, and the married ones want to be single!!! My gosh, is anyone really content with their circumstances? For me as a single women there are times that I get lonely, and wonder when or if marriage is for me, again. I feel that I’m ready to be a wife and support the man that God has for me. However, I get really discouraged when I find myself counseling my married friends to remain faithful and steadfast. Are all marriages eventually tumultuous or displeasing? That just can’t be so! Somebody has to be happy!! Or is it that their perception of marriage is convoluted? Here’s the deal, I’m convinced that people expect the world to change once they say “I do.” It’s a misconception that marriage means “now you owe me something.” Therefore, when their…
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In response to The Daily Post's weekly photo challenge: "Blur."
In response to The Daily Post's writing prompt: "Blur." Lights could be an illusion, But I want to reach for them Cherish and behold the feeling Hug and vanish with them..
I am not passionate about anything, except one. I am not living for I wanted myself to be. Neither I have any excitement, nor any joy about my career. Alas, I have lost the acceptance. I had begun learning to accept what I cannot change. But a dreamer like me never wants to be a… Continue reading Whine, but STOP! Show me a Smile!
The Cake You Never Ate I always knew love is an amazing feeling. It should be a world of bliss and ecstasy all around you. Love doesn’t promise a life without worry and cumbersomeness. But true love promises you that it will always provide you a satisfaction, a relief you wished for. Right beneath all… Continue reading The Cake You Never Ate
Response to Weekly Photo Challenge: Ephemeral Also, my entry: Childhood Ephemeral
I could see something when I stood up. Far in the grassy gardens I saw fallen blooms. Times when I was broken, these blooms were a glimpse to new hopes. How? Did I know them trewly? Confused. I bent down and pondered deep into their petals. They were weak but beautiful in themselves. Listened to… Continue reading To Their Souls..
In response to The Daily Post's weekly photo challenge: "Ephemeral." It never lasts forever. Childhood passes by.. just like sand passing through ..Just as happiness..
If my heart said it was freshness, I had smiled. But I heard the rhythm of rain; it told me something in my ear. It was something unheard. It was the rhythmic silence in its noisy pour. Yet, I had to smile..