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Untouched is the soul

Untouched is the soul Wherever it goes Boundless yes it is Complete in itself as a whole The temptations, the lust Are merely the body’s desires Which go away so easily After the body is reduced to dust From far away above A shooting star appears Resembling a bullet on fire Look closely, it’s a beautiful dove Untouched is the soul Of the gentle touch of the flowers Or the mighty whips of wrath Hell or heaven is its ultimate goal Of all the skirmishes Or all the kisses Free from all the feelings Only one, a guilt which blemishes it One mourns, Other prays For the peace of the dead Expressing the lament, it is burnt But the soul still stays Untouched is the soul Decide where you want to be Stay free. Forgive and forget the guilt Living without it, is nothing but a hole. This post is a part of Write Over the Weekend , an initiative for Indian Bloggers by BlogAdda. We give out themes for creative writing each weekend for Indian bloggers.

To achieve anything - is not impossible!

  Wear the shine Feel the glory An unusual dine A different story The transformation Is very beneficial Helps in fixation It’s not superficial Ignorance indeed is bliss He thought to himself And continued with a hiss It was all on the shelf The perseverance The commitment The adherence Will lead to fulfillment Go ahead, take charge Stare the challenge in the eye Not slowly but with a barge Make it not your foe but an ally It may be difficult Think about it, it’s plausible He didn’t have to practice occult He said, to achieve anything is not impossible! This post is a part of Write Over the Weekend , an initiative for Indian Bloggers by BlogAdda. We give out a creative writing theme each weekend for Indian bloggers.

Get out of your comfort zone

Magic happens outside your comfort zone. Image credit: here *For better resolution, click on the image. Get out of your comfort zone and see for yourself how beautiful the world is.                                                                                                  ~Saurabh Chawla

A walk on the moon!

Image source: here* Distant to you, it may seem But it’s closer than you think See beyond your wildest dream No, please avoid that blink The courage you possess And remain unaware about As a knight in the game of chess Charge ahead, don’t be in a doubt Lying broken with dismay The petty defeats make you stumble These are a small price you pay Stand up when you fall, don't bumble Stay awake, stay alive Cover up the burning wicks Don't let the flame die Build a wall with the iron bricks I will be waiting for you Hope you reach there soon You will be out of the blue Believe me, it will be like a walk on the moon!

The Krishna Key by Ashwin Sanghi – a review

Title: The Krishna Key Author: Ashwin Sanghi Publisher: Westland Number of pages: 464 Genre: Thriller My Verdict: I was checking out some books in the thriller genre at a book store when I tumbled upon this book. Without giving a second thought after reading the summary, I decided to buy it. The Mahabharata times as well as the research for the ancient Vedic age is a perfect combination and a baseline for this book. First of all I would like to thank the author for bringing out the story and collaborating it with the ancient age which is a tough task and he has been done very good in it. One thing which I loved about the book was the life of Krishna – the blue god is illustrated in phases from his birth till the end and the author has made sure to make these phases in parallel to the different sequences he has portrayed in the book. Second thing which I loved was as I was reading the book, the experience was like as if I was watching a movie. The perfec

A stranger in the mirror by Sidney Sheldon – a review

Title: Stranger in the Mirror Author: Sidney Sheldon Number of pages: 348 Publisher: Harper Collins Genre: Fiction My Verdict: This book was my second book by the same author in the year 2013: As per the book is concerned, after reading The naked face by the same author, I picked this book as a lover of his work. He is truly a master story teller. He is also a Guinness world records holder for the most translated author. In this book the author deals with he lives of two very important people. Toby Temple and Jill Castle. After I started reading the book, it became difficult for me to put the book down before it was finished. A fast moving, engrossing, intriguing and many other similar words which one can think of  can be used to describe the tale. The most interesting part about Sidney Sheldon is his engaging plots as well as the relationships among his characters as depicted by him is a very strong point which results the book to be a page turne

The Taj Conspiracy by Manreet Sodhi Someshwar – a review

Title: The Taj Conspiracy Author: Manreet Sodhi Someshwar Publisher: Westland Publishers ltd Number of pages: 402 Genre: Thriller My verdict: This was my one of the best books of the year 2013. Being a suspense/thriller genre lover, I picked this one up partly by choice and partly by chance. The strong language as well as some tough vocabulary makes this book a wonderful read as a part of literature. Although I finished it in a long time but I loved each and every single damn page of this book. I have no qualms of my decision of picking this one for reading. Manreet mam has done a wonderful job in writing this book. They say have patience till the masterpiece is completed and this book, is truly a masterpiece. The best thing about the book is that it traverses across Agra, Delhi Himalayan terrains and all is impeccably described. The page turner point of this book is the natural behavior of  SSP. The ways his language is portrayed seems so natural as o