Decoding Shakespeare @3 am

“All the world’s a stage, And all the men and women merely players.” This quote from William Shakespeare seemed like an anecdote to every heartache, failure, emotional incompetence. It seemed so enthralling that it lingered in my mind for long.Enlightened by a thought, I realized all is but a myth. The theater actors, after all... Continue Reading →

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Wednesday Wisdom Vol 2 with Haiku Challenge

 Weekly Haiku Poetry Prompt Challenge by Ronovan Writes #155  Wednesday Wisdom Vol 2 is a part of the weekly series and this week I have conjured a haiku  as a part of the poetry prompt challenge. When anger kindles, pent-up emotions beneath, Flames cease in amber. ©Snigdha To participate in the Haiku challenge check Ronovan writes here.... Continue Reading →

Monday Musing with J.K. Rowling Vol 2

She succeeded the eight time, And was declared an Inspiration, But until the unsuccessful seventh, She was just a forgotten name. With an undying spirit, Never to give up! This is a tribute to J.K. Rowling's on 20th anniversary of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone. During the earlier stages of life, she had to... Continue Reading →

Wednesday Wisdom Vol 1.1

Sometimes it takes days, months and years to realize one simple mistake or idea, while we are busy judging and elevating opinion and people.It requires a simple pause to understand simpler yet meaningful things in life. A caged heart fears rise, While an exempted one risks them all, Neither are at fault.

Happy Sunday Vol 1.1

Sundays are not just another day, It's where the date or the month Seems not as important as the day Have a happy Sunday!

Monday Musings Vol 1.1

Sometimes it becomes difficult to be who we are and we get carried away with all the negativities around. It's time to take a deep breathe, pause and shift our attention to the privileges we have.Who knows that one minute pause can dust the rust piling up for years.

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