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#Quoted: If you want to write…

#Quoted is one space through which I wish to introduce some amazing writers, lesser-known, but great when it comes to the art. Today, let's talk aboutMadeleine L'Engle. Have you have read any of her books? She wrote children's books primarily.... Continue Reading →

Why have a Blogging Schedule?

Hello, readers! I am back after a long break. Last year was incredibly impressive albeit busy. And what happens when you’re tied up in tides, well, compromises. So, yes, blogging did take a back seat and although The Musing Quill... Continue Reading →

#Quoted: Writing is therapy…

I have always wanted a reserve of my favorite writing quotes that would help me push through the tough times. And so, I started posting quote images on my Twitter page. I am glad the attempt was received well by... Continue Reading →

Dear Reader…

Dear Reader, You & I, we haven't met but you are more than a friend. We haven't shared a talk but you are my secret keeper. You've been patient when I had to rant, and lent me peace of your... Continue Reading →

Veiled Ink

A Wonderful Poem by Joseph, a very dear friend. Peek into his fascinating world here: https://seeingthewhisper.wordpress.com ~~~~~ In a soft embrace of shadows As you release me from your pen Will I see you today? As I create my life with words. Throw... Continue Reading →

A Welcome Nightmare

I sit sweating hit enter on the computer for the hundredth time what happened? the blog is gone perhaps it was hacked maybe I typed the wrong URL But no! It’s all the same yet not the same it's got... Continue Reading →

Perfect Bliss

On a windy night In the middle of summer The light showers Soaked me skin down ♥ Walking down the street With all but myself The darkness invited me Welcomed me as its own ♥ Uncertainty followed me Fear shadowed... Continue Reading →

Pen & Paper

She barely existed in the world of people; those faces, masks of lies and deceit. She concealed her joys and tears, for her companions - the pen and the paper. ~~~~~~~ Asha Seth

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