thoughts from my mind to yours


Without words

The deepest and truest emotions,

are often expressed without words,

from your heart to the world,

it is felt in the soul of the universe.






Despite all the controversies,

and the billions of dollars spent,

nostalgia holds me yet again,

as I sit to watch this crazy game,

of chasing after the ball,

forever a fan.



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What can I say…

that has not been told,


is as old,

as the heart of the human race…


For even before words came to be,

there were poets like you and me,

writing poetry through art,

on the caves,

of their mind,

of the trees, the moon and the stars,

waiting to find,

their voice…


What can I say…

that has not been told,


is as old,

as the heart of the human race.


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Weekly Blog Recommendation – Lifestyle Blog list 1

Hi Everyone,

Happy First Weekend of June! I thought I would bring you some blogs I follow of bloggers who write about life, relationships, gardening, world issues and other things and usually leave a positive and meaningful message in their posts. A lot of them are poets and photographers as well, but because of the versatility in their content I felt I would do this category for these lovely people who uplift the blogging world by sharing theirs 🙂 As always previous lists can be found under the recommendation section. There will be many more lists this month so stay tuned!


1.) Ramblings from Jewels  

I have been following Julie for a while now and am always uplifted by her beautiful posts. She also writes beautiful poetry and takes some wonderful photos, especially the ones of her garden. Her posts are always positive and full of meaning that we can use in our life. I encourage everyone to check out her blog.


2.) Chronic Conditions and Life Lessons

I started following Kim a couple months ago and am always touched with her heartfelt writing she usually shares on family and relationships. She used to be professional entrepreneur and I was quite inspired by her about me page. As her blog title suggests , there are many life lessons that her posts usually hold and I hope everyone checks out her beautiful blog.


3.) Writing to Freedom

Brad is also a poet but like these bloggers here on the list has a very versatile content in his blog. He shares many inspiring stories and messages that make us think and reflect on life. I highly recommend everyone to go check out his blog and enjoy his uplifting posts on life.


4.) Underground Energy

I have recently started following Lisa and she is another blogger with many talents. She  is a mother of four beautiful girls and shares her poetry, crafts and posts on life which are thought provoking and meaningful. I hope everyone takes the time to go see her wonderful work.


5.) Witlessdatingafterfifty

Robin is another blogger whose posts always leave you thinking, whether it is her poetry, her thoughts on relationships, family or books. Her posts are well thought out, meaningful and engaging. I recommend all my readers to go check out her wonderful blog and the positive vibe she shares on life.


***Note to any bloggers featured in these weekly posts, if you wish for me to remove your name from this list due to any reason please let me know, and I will do so. Also all of the excerpts featured (if featured)  are the works of the bloggers listed, they  each own the copyrights to their own piece and it is not my intention to take credit for it in anyway, hope that is clear to all readers. This is just my effort to appreciate good work. If any bloggers feel that their work has not been properly credited or should not be on the list let me know and I shall remove it. Again thank you all for sharing your beautiful work



For that moment…

you stopped listening,

to the ‘foreign’ words,

coming out the mouth…

and you paid attention,

to the eyes…

and those words,

landed on your soul…

crystal clear,

without translation.


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* this piece was inspired by all the children we often get to see on TV in the commercials (sick kids or unicef)  we sometimes tend to turn away from…but their eyes say it all. And my heart goes out to them.