Realization (Micro poetry)

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Alone

Looking at the ceiling lying on my bed I think, what makes us feel alone What makes us feel so unwanted like an outcast Is it the betrayal of the lover? or Is the faith broken by a close friend, a confrere? Is it the selfish narcissist society who wants you to sing their praises … Continue reading Alone

Boomerang

Megha's World

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You push me to the edge
and bring me back
like a boomerang
I keep coming back to you
self-oscillating between
 the realms of dreams and reality
I keep looking for fragments
hidden everywhere of you
shreds of reality
dig deep into my soul
carving the image
of my forlorn love
maybe if you stretch
my imagination enough
and give me a push and shove
and release my being
into this dream spangled sky
I find you in my dreams
unfurled
I keep coming back for you more
you are my savior
and you are one, I defy.
Photo by nour c on Unsplash

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Plethora

Come read this beautiful form of Poetry in Kate’s blog.

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Wordsmiths have access to a plethora of words

Words which we weave creatively into poems

Poems are our vehicle to articulate meaning

Meaning gives our life worthwhile purpose

Purpose provides a focal point for our effort

Effort is vital for all achievements, our goals

Goals are healthier when aligned to core values

Values guide us as we eliminate use or abuse

Abuse must cease at every possible level

Level heads organically guide our growth

Growth is essential to improve ourselves and our life

Life is awareness of breathing, living in the now

Now is being in the present, confronting gain and pain

Pain is a test teaching us that we can conquer all!

word of the day – thanks Carolyn for showing me this form a couple of hours ago!

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Pay It Forward Thursday- June 28, 2018

Head to GoDogGo cafe and share some love by posting the link to the best post you have read recently.

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Welcome to Pay It Forward Thursday. All Go Dog Go readers, guest writers, and baristas are invited to post one link to one specific post (600 words or less please!) from someone else’s blog in the comments section below.  We encourage you to give a shout-out to someone who has wowed you as a reader, creatively inspired you, and/or to introduce a new writer to a wider audience.

If you post a link below, be sure to read some of the other great writing people have linked to.

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