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Writing Styles a Writer Must Try

And it's 2 months down already. Can you believe it? Anyway! It's been a while I wrote about what are writing styles and I won't shy away from confessing that I totally forgot about the follow-up post I'd promised to do.... Continue Reading →

Wordseduction

A paroxysm to sire. A wanderlust, a desire. Soledad, I come home. Wish for a glass of Merlot and dream of Rome ♥ Following my mind, you pull me close ‘Leave behind the mires’, you urge me so.  ♥ In the... Continue Reading →

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On Writing Styles

Let me tell you something. As a kid, I wasn’t particularly fussy, but yet someone with peculiar tastes. God bless my mother, how she put up with my myriad moods is mystery to me.  It was many years later that... Continue Reading →

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What is Poetry?

What is poetry? I know not. I’m a mere amateur trying to be someone. Mind you, not like someone. Poetry, to me is elusive. I know about poetry just as much a new-born knows about the wide vast world. It’s... Continue Reading →

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The Good Writer & The Bad Writer

Is there such a thing as a good or a bad writer? I have battled with this thought in my head for quite too long. I think it’s time to unleash my thoughts! As a writer, I have experienced that... Continue Reading →

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On Writing Schedules

Why is a writing schedule essential? I had never given this much thought. Been blogging for 5 years now and yet, I've never had a writing schedule. I sometimes feel as though I’m missing something. And so I decided to blog... Continue Reading →

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To all ye writers…

Revisiting my earlier days, I recollect how blog awards were quite a deal. I always felt, it totally justified, to have the efforts of bloggers, rewarded. After all, this is our won little world. We live a distinct life here; different than the... Continue Reading →

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What writing takes…

I love to read. Not because I am a writer. But because there is no better teacher. Reading always gives me new ways to write. Opens new windows with better perspectives. Last week I finished reading Jhumpa Lahiri's latest book 'In... Continue Reading →

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Commemoration

Shallow aspirations, masked apprehensions, callow words, stories told. ♥ Trials or tribulations, finessed or artless, but naivety is better than regrets, experience does teach that. ♥ It's time to celebrate, the victory of words, over mindless reservations, and mundane adversities. ♥♥♥... Continue Reading →

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Convalesce

An ethereal shift An enter to exit No backspace Nothing to erase ♥ No feelings No control Free as a dove No more in love ~~~~~~~ Asha Seth

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Want more blog traffic? Here’s the trick!

Who doesn’t want more readers? We might say, I do it for self-satisfaction, for thought-liberation, to improve the language, or create worded memories. Right and agreed. But has anyone ever felt they don’t much care about having an audience? Having... Continue Reading →

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A writer’s anxiety

As a writer, it makes me anxious to not know exactly where I'm headed with my writing. Most times, I have no clear view of where I am going. It’s like walking in a tunnel with no end. It leaves me in a... Continue Reading →

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