Hello everyone! I am happy to share that this October marks the completion of three years of me here on Mirakee. I don't remember the date though, but month and year, yes!
It's true that we can't hold our feelings inside us for long. They ought to come out in some way. Be it love or pain. I remember how the pain of years was stuffed in me and how @miraquill came into my life at the right time. It gave me the the medium to vent out everything that was choking me. I shared my pain with strangers. No one judged. But rather helped me in ways I could never imagine. Strangers became healers. Healers became friends.
I can recall how initially it began with hesitation to share, eventually blurting out every day, striving for @writersnetwork Repost, sometimes feeling of envy for the popularity and number of likes others had, learning various forms of poetry through daily challenges, improving writing skills, supporting others, waiting for their posts for days or even months, celebrating festivals, periods of deactivating and then running back here to escape from the world, getting amazed by the talent and depth of pain, love, grief, humour that everyone shared. Moreover, the feeling of belongingness that Mirakee has given me is out of the world. Friendships born here are exceptional because they have never been made on the weak foundations of name, religion, work, area or the identity that we hold or try to hold in outside world. They are unbiased and pure.
The compliments and unconditional support I have received here from all of you have affected me in ways I can't describe. I have felt special and loved. You guys have made me understand life better. Exchange of perspectives and ideas, advises, suggestions, feedback, hope, inspiration, and this proud feeling of being able to call myself a Writer are some of the few but beautiful things I got from this place. I'll cherish my relationship with Mirakee till eternity. Thank You from the bottom of my heart. I am grateful to be a part of Mirakee family ❤ ~Eisha
Ingredients: 1 or multiple dose of failure 1 large bowl of patience 1 cup vision 2 tablespoons of hard work 1 tablespoon of commitment 1 cup compassion 1/2 cut kindness 1/2 cup chopped humour. Ice cubes as required.
It is always important to know when something has reached its end. Closing circles, shutting doors, finishing chapters, it doesn't matter what we call it; what matters is to leave in the past those moments in life that are over.
--Today, write a poem, quote or prose about endings.--
1. In philosophy, poiesis is "the activity in which a person brings something into being that did not exist before." Poiesis is etymologically derived from the ancient Greek term ποιεῖν, which means "to make". The word is also used as a suffix, as in the biological term hematopoiesis, the formation of blood cells. - Wikipedia
2. Compound words - This is when two nouns are combined to form a new noun. A compound noun is a type of compound word that is used to describe a person, place, or thing. For example, toothpaste