Short Write-ups 4

Butterflies of joy
Chases her heart,
Fragrance of affection,
The sweetest nectar.
Her lovely pals saplings,
books and coffee,
In monotonous moments
They make her jolly.
She revolves around
Surprises of her life,
And senses the seasons.
Her adorable composure
Amplifies the blooms,
Wicked approach,
Isn’t spared by thorns.

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Short Write-ups 3


I let you go
Separation hurts
Reservoir of sweet memories
Still dominates.
Gazing at the route,
Walking away from me
You once fled from my life
What if your glimpses emerge!
It is dark all around
Isolated hearts
Create your light.

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Short Write-ups 1

The heart understands
The language of love
The way it perceives
I attempt to recreate
In my flowing poems
Thinking some other heart
Would appreciate one of them.
Exotic hues of love
Vigorous fervour
Dyes every entity
The joyous hearts glow.
If you forget me
You will lose
A bit of yourself
The broken promises
And the uttered false words
But, never fading memories
Will breathe inside our heads.
Eternity of comfort is your memory,
Chronicle of my heart, an incomplete story,
Recollection of separation bears pain,
Rewinding union of past in vain.

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The Aesthete Blogger Award

My heartiest thanks to Ace for nominating me for The Aesthete Blogger Award!

Reading her blog imparts an enormous amount of uplifting vibes. She is a huge admirer of universe and its amazing creations. Her rhyme poetry is extremely extraordinary and encouraging. It’s always a good time visiting her blog!

Rules

  • Use the official logo/graphic of the award and display it on your blog.
  • List the rules.
  • Show some love to the one who nominated you!
  • Mention the creator (Ashmita@ the Fictional Journal) and link it back to the original post.
  • Tell me a something about this world that you admire.
  • What is your favorite form of creativity?
  • Nominate 7 lovely people and notify them by commenting on their posts; spread some love!
  • Ask your nominees 4 questions.
  • Share something you created. (can be anything!)
  • And lastly, just so you know: I LOVE YOUR CREATIONS!

I Admire

I admire the diverse creations of nature, including the people who constantly encourage me to be a better version of myself and fill my life with enormous amount of love.

My Favorite Form Of Creativity

Poetry is my favorite, and I am always looking forward to learn and attempt its diverse forms.

Ace’s Questions

What makes you smile?

Coming to know that someone felt good reading my write-ups always makes me smile.

Do emotions guide life, or does life guide emotions?

I believe that emotions guide the life as one would never be able to move forward without the positive and uplifting emotions.

Is the present moment or imagination the best place to be?

Imagination is always the best place as it the space where I communicate with my poem. Also, it gives me that energy which one requires to build a better tomorrow.

What do you believe in?

I believe in inner potential. Everyone is capable of achieving whatever reasonable they want.

My Nominees

Being a beginner on this platform as well as in creative writing, I find it quite difficult to select just seven people. But, as a part of rule, I nominate:

  1. Shaily
  2. Ellie
  3. Cosmogyral
  4. Grateful Heart
  5. Kay
  6. Flora fiction
  7. Linda

There’s no issue if you site/blog is award free, do accept my appreciation for your wonderful creations.

My Questions

  1. What’s is that one advice for life that you would like to share?
  2. Who is your constant source of inspiration?
  3. What piece of art most influenced the person that you are today?
  4. What is your favorite season? why?

My Creation

For this section, I would like to dedicate a poem to all the beautiful, encouraging and courageous women around me.

Reading and learning from amazing bloggers on WordPress always transforms monotonous time into refreshing one.

I thank you all for connecting with my blog and sharing your constructive feedbacks through which I improve my write-ups.

Happy Living!❤

Guilt

Alone lover, crouched to recall memories,
Breaking chaotic silences, a figure approached,
Astonished and joyously he recognized her,
“Wouldn’t you embrace me?”echoes around,
He moved ahead spreading his arms,
And realises it was a flashback from past
He felt deceived, couldn’t they be together?
“We were destined to meet”, she said one day.


Vibrant waves and shore had witnessed
The words of wrath and shattered love,
The guilt of mistake and tears of detachment
Poured from the heart to moisten eyes,
Rolling down the cheeks they vanished in sand,
Couldn’t he undermine the weight of her dreams
And be the another wing which she wants now?
©️Aditi Anvita (Anvi).

Why to bear anger, estrangement and toxicity for loved ones, it’s better to start spreading love all around before our actions become guilt?

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Missing

Triveni (Introduced by Indian poet Gulzar)

While standing at the vast beach,

There’s someone whom you miss.

I want to be there with you.

©️Aditi Anvita (Anvi).

Triveni, poem of three lines, the first two lines are similar to each other and the last line either changes the meaning of previous lines or explains them.

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Time

Triveni (Introduced by Indian poet Gulzar)

It goes on forever, one couldn’t stop it,

Neither its reluctance to not go on.

The time, which leads to last breath.

©️Aditi Anvita (Anvi).

The first two lines are similar to each other and the last line either changes the meaning of previous lines or explains them.

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Assemblage

A journey of miles finishes at a point,

An assemblage of many for union.

Place where rivers meet ocean.

©️Aditi Anvita (Anvi).

Triveni (Introduced by Indian poet Gulzar)

The first two lines are similar to each other and the last line either changes the meaning of previous lines or explains them.

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Separation

Triveni (Introduced by Indian poet Gulzar)

The blossoms and the leaves,

Separate from the trees.

We detach from people, no worries.

©️Aditi Anvita (Anvi).

The first two lines are similar to each other and the last line either changes the meaning of previous lines or explains them.

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Would love to get your feedback.

Happy Living!❤