No, I ain’t Complaining

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No, I ain’t complaining

But you were to come

Come back to me

Back to your promises

To all those moments

Where you & I were ‘we’

No, I ain’t complaining….

You were to revive my trust

The love that we shared

Each day that was blissful

Not a second that was spared

But you didn’t come

And I ain’t complaining…

-Divya Sharma

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An Evening Affair

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Again its an evening

Full of dusky colors

It looks like a story of

Lovers and late comers

Out from my window

I see a colorful sky

People meeting each other

Saying ‘Hello’ and ‘Hi’

Smell of fresh apple pie

Smell of curry

Evening is the time to make

Some delicious dinner in a hurry

Evenings have their own charm

They have their own beauty

Most people wait for it

As its time to get off from duty

 

-Divya Sharma

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Talk to Yourself!

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So yes, we hardly take time out and talk to our self. That’s true! We keep ourselves so busy sometimes with our friends, our work, our mobile phones that at the end of the day we just go to our bed and sleep…make ourselves so much tired!

I think, we need to stop sometime…for a while…sit and relax and talk to our self. Try to understand what we really want? Must try to find out if we are heading into correct direction? I did this yesterday and felt so much more focused and calm. It was like meeting to another person and sharing thoughts with each other!

I would suggest this to all of you and see the difference yourself! So..sometime, talk to yourself!

 

Cheers! 🙂 🙂

 

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My 2015 in review

2015 was a great year! I came across lot of good opportunities. I have been a bit irregular regarding writing my blog due to studies and work but am gonna try to be more regular towards my writing! Looking forward to be in touch with all you lovely people out there who visited my blog!!

Love you all!! ❤ ❤

Here’s an excerpt:

A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 990 times in 2015. If it were a cable car, it would take about 17 trips to carry that many people.

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That Old Man

It was a dark cold gloomy night, when I heard a sound of glass being broken into pieces! I was sitting in my arm chair trying to relax after a day full of all sort of work and tensions of day to day life. That noise dashed into the pin-drop silence of the night and banged into my ears. I came out of my room and gazed through the dark veranda which was lit up only by a weak street light but no body was there and it was all quiet out there..I went back to my room and closed the doors. I sat in again and closed my eyes to relax and suddenly again that noise came in banging and this time I took it seriously and draped a shawl around myself to prevent myself from cold wind and went out to check out what exactly was there….?
As I went out, to my surprise….I saw a long dark black shadow in front of me! I felt numb and fearful. I gathered all my courage and asked…” who are you?” That shadow went a bit away from me. I asked again and the shadow started to move away from me! I went after that shadow and at the end of the road of the colony I saw an old man draped in a blanket standing in front of me! I asked him, “who are you & what are you doing out here in this cold winter night?” His eyes only kept gazing into mine for some seconds and then he broke his silence and replied…”I am very hungry and I haven’t had meals properly since 3 days hence I was searching for some food articles in the dustbin outside your house.”
I felt very bad & asked him to come over so that I may provide him with some food items. He came to my house and sat in the veranda…shivering with cold. I gave him some left over hot daal and chapattis to eat .His eyes got lit up with happiness and he almost snatched the food from my hand and started gulping it quickly. I sat there on a stool and asked him, “Why don’t you do anything to earn your living?” He stopped and looked at me and replied…”Beta…you won’t believe…I was a owner of a full-fledged business empire but got a punishment of trusting some wrong people about the business matters. They mislead me and broke my trust and ousted me from my property and business. I am too old now to start anything now and hence I am forced to beg for my living….” A tear rolled down from his eyes through his wrinkled cheeks and he started eating again!
I was shocked & stunned to know his reality and went into deep thoughts. Suddenly sound of closing of gate came into my ears and I got up shockingly and that old man was not there! I rushed towards the main gate of my house and saw that long dark shadow going away slowly and steadily towards the path unknown and vanished into that darkness of that night…

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Don’t Limit Yourself

I totally agree with this statement because I believe, we are what we think. If we will limit our thoughts then undoubtedly our progress will stop. To achieve all we wish we need to make our thoughts free and limitless. In this era of quest for life on Mars, thinking something is impossible is absolutely unacceptable! What do you think about this…do let me know in the comments friends.

Love! ❤

Divya

A Promise To Mother Earth

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O Dear Mother Earth
O Soul of the souls
In your fight for survival
You are not alone

Once upon a time
Our mother Earth lived so pure
The air was clean and water was healthy
Every being on it lived so secured

The time then passed
And our actions changed
We became the intruders
And our mother Earth got chained

In our greed for comfort
We destroyed all natural resources
Now we look at each other
For there are no more sources

We sit in the meeting rooms
Brain-storm on climate change
I think its nothing much
But the nature taking its revenge

Our generations will question us
Why we acted so selfish?
We destroyed whole beautiful world
Just to live our life, a little more lavish!

I think about those infants
Who were yet to open their eyes
But, in the absence of good living conditions, died
And to their mothers, said a silent goodbye..

Stop fellow humans, please stop now
Still you need answers to your climate problems, when and how!
We should start loving our mother Earth, as we did before
We’ll have to act-up fast, for we have a big climate burden to borne

Together we can! Together we will!
Act Up! Wake Up!

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By- Divya Sharma