The blogging chums award

The Blogging Chums Award is given to particularly brilliant bloggers who are really providing something special to the community, either through their writing or the way they engage with other people: they’re just brilliant!

I thank kristian for nominating me, I didn’t know that I was that cool, thank you.

1. Be sure to use the award image
2. List the rules & about paragraph
3. Thank whoever nominated you
4. Write a letter to someone who means a lot to you to spread some positivity around the Internet – anyone will do
5. Nominate 5-10 more people for the award and go let them know about it in their comments


I’ve found many good people/friends since I started this journey. I won’t nominate them ’cause it won’t be fair to the others. 😉 So I’d like to thank all of you who support me and keep reading/visiting. You all mean a lot to me, each of you in a different way. You don’t look alike, you don’t know each other, you don’t live in the same continent, you don’t have the same faith, yet we all gather under the same language, interest and friendship. That’s what matters.

I’d like to nominate:
B. Aphorisms


shreya jindal


bitchin’ in the kitchen

Pia majumdar


Poetry #148

Mom loves
the feeling of heat
on her skin
A soft embrace
of the sun’s love
Mother adores
the smell of flowers
walking in fields
of hay and lavender
the sound of cicadas
And bees swarming
Across the land
A proof of being
Free and alive
The bliss
that summer brings
A unique feeling of peace
The season to rejoice
for God’s Greatness
For me mom
you’re the summer
That brings warmth
into my life


I’ve just seen this movie that was made in 2006 by Mel Gibson. There is a lot to say about it and I don’t know where to start.
In one sentence I would say: I loved it.
But this isn’t enough.
1/ I wouldn’t let a teenager see this movie. Too much violence. And nowadays too many bad things are learned through movies.
2/ The actors were BRILLIANT. It looked so real! When the women were beaten, when the men were slaughtered, when the babies were taken away, when the children were scared, when the mothers were separated from their children, etc… a real pain was seen in every scene as if they were really being tortured. That doesn’t mean that all the other movies I’ve seen weren’t real, it means that these actors which are not known are as good as any Leonardo DiCaprio or any Will Smith or any Shah Rukh Khan? Plus the ugliness of the bad guys turned the watcher even more against them for their cruelty and atrocities.
3/ This movie made me think about those different tribes who lived in South America well before the coming of the white man. How many savages assaulted a peaceful tribe who lived happily among themselves? How many have been tortured because of the cruelty of One? Why is the human being so enslaving, as soon as it discovers weaker species (people)? Why is there to be some who feel superior to others?
4/ I would recommend it for those who don’t mind seeing violence.

Poetry #145

I’m lost in words
After all I saw and heard
The sorrow is drowning me
deep Into oblivion
I see no escape from here
The light is gone
The laughter has vanished
When you took my wand
And turned it into smoke
Why did you have to do this
And leave me bare naked
Among all those chipmunks
Laughing and pointing at me
You devilish Sauron
I am a witch and I’ll curse you
As soon as I find my way
To reach the elves and their magic

Recognition award

1. Thank the blogger who nominated you and provide a link to their blog.
2. Write a post to show your award.
3. Give a brief story of how your blog started.
4. Give two pieces of advice to new bloggers.
5. Select 15 other bloggers for this award.
6. Comment on each blog to let them know you’ve nominated them and a link to the post you created

I thank Kristian for nominating me. He’s a good writer and poet.

I started blogging to first book and then to have a voice in his world, before I’ll leave it without leaving a trace of my existence.


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shreya jindal
bitchin’ in the kitchen

thought forchange
Pia majumdar
Anchal sethi