Thank you miraquill for the portal so strong, Thank you for the feeling, its here I belong, Thank you for the audience always ready, Thank you for the support so steady!
Thank you for the thoughts so different, Thank you for the writings magnificient, Thank you for the constant encouragement, Thank you for ensuring mood upliftment!
Thank you for the priceless contributions, Thank you for being a complete institution, Thank you for the knowledge enrichment, Thank you for the feeling of fulfilment,
Thank you for the prompts so vast, Thank you for showcasing subjects contrast, Thank you for the confidence to last, Thank you, I am having a real blast!
-Asha murali 11th october 2021.
Dear all at miraquill,
This is my 250th contribution and above is a reflection of my gratitude to the portal as well as all my readers. I cant thank you enough for all the support, affection and encouragement. Thank you for giving me the courage to voice my thoughts. Thank you for giving me the wings to fly. Love and hugs to you all!
I have written this using anaphora, a figure of speech in which words repeat at the beginning of successive clauses, phrases or sentences
raghavendran@ashamurali Congratulations on reaching the milestone of 250 poems. May you continue to enthrall us with your wonderful penmanship! The present poem shows your feelings and appreciation for Miraquill where people get a chance to show their prowess.
ashamurali@raghavendran thank you sir. Undoubtedly knowing you and having your blessings are my greatest fortune in joining mirakee.
prakashinin@ashamurali... Thank you very much for remembering me. congratulations for your achievements as a writer in miraquill.Now I am not in a position to read or write.You are a wonderful writer.I enjoy reading it.❤️❤️
My submission for the fabulous challenge hosted by @jaya___
//A fabricated landscape A fallacy of attributes A fake portrait of beauty A framed depiction of optimism
Application of filters to images rather than to foul words//
Freedom of expression has become a joke these days. One often tries too hard to portray the image of being the quintessential know-all and seldom try to be themselves.
What I feel is that we watch these public figures, who put on a show on social media platforms, and think that we too should do something like that. Maybe we want to feel like them as it is a fantasy many adorn. But we should know that they get paid to do that, or that they have to create an image that helps them sustain in whatever they do.
We as citizens should have an opinion, everyone is entitled to one. But having an opinion just for the sake of it, or to show the world how woke or incisive you are is extremely redundant. But the absurdity augments when we try to pick a fight. Just like we have an opinion, others too could have and express the same. One should respect that in a dignified manner. But I see a war of words, hurling of abuses and the boundaries of integrity and reverence being crossed.
Social media has become a platform to showcase how fake we can be. From the perfectly cropped and filtered pictures, to those not so candidly candid moments; those conversations about money presented in a manner that might even make an economist or a financial advisor run for their money; people interpreting laws as if they are the aficionados, for even jurists sometimes differ or fail to interpret them in their apt context.
What was started as an activity or initiative to bring people closer or spread awareness, has on the contrary, become a place to segregate people and spread malice.
Hence, I feel the Image one tries to make should not be done, as one should be real. And it is absolutely fine to not know everything about everything. And if one doesn't wish to express an opinion on a certain topic or want to post something hilarious when there's a critical time in the country or surroundings then that person should not be judged for that.
You never know how many silent battles are concealed by that smile or a post. Be kind, be real and stop being appallingly judgemental.
jaya___Dayummmmm AHHHHMAZING Sid!!! The words were full of intelligent advice for those who use social media...yes we must not take a judgemental stand on each thing we see there... otherwise we might very well be the donkeys of ur BGapt and brilliant piece Sid!! Kudos