so I don't know from where to start, we met and waited a little longer for the winter this eventide. It's quiet cold, today and Dear Tim, is it okay to say the word I wear and embrace to core. I use maestral more than usual.
You're good with pen, you know. Free style, Haikus, Tautogram, Pleiades, Epistrophe, Senryu, Haynaku or it might be concrete, you've mastered in all of them and especially I like the Haikus and that Palindrome you made. Gosh! You're genuinely something else, no matter in which language/genre/style you're writing....you got the same sort of accuracy in each, I'm envious of you. T_T. You have taken PhD not only in English but also in Assamese and Hindi. I swear I can never write like you. There are many things that happened, you said goodbye too....i was on a break that time but genuinely I felt bad lil bit. And also because I don't want to miss reading a great writer.
[this is really not looking like a birthday wish, I should banish I guess]
I wanted to write something great for you but bleh, I'm amateur. I wish you a wonderful life and baaki lemme steal your urdu, bruh. Just kidding. Be happy. Sending you sunflowers!
Well, wait. I know what I write 'bout thou not even the half of our conversations and all I could say is I'm glad I met you. Thy "alright", modesty, kindness and saying sorry is something I'd never forget. I've told you this thousand of times howbeit you're the best serein, an amazing writer and a good friend. all I remember is that we met accidentally. I'm glad I read thy urdu writeup and more than that, thank you for being there.
You know what? Life's a bitch. Life is not fair or certain or a fairy tale. Some of us talk about it and some of us don't. But each and every single one of us is going through something. Something that is.... Exhausting us, Tiring us, Traumatising us, And Breaking us down.
But You have to be brave. I know it's not what you want to be, but life gave you no other option. It's not going to be easy, obviously. But take a few more risks and jump in with all that you are left with. Because future is this magical place. Where everything is possible if you're brave enough. Where everything is new, Exciting, And wild.
All you have to do is be a little brave now and everything that you think is impossible in the present will become possible in the future.
A PEN TO PEN TALK (Writersblock+Journey) -------------------------------------------------------------------- (Here presenting the 2nd part of ptpt) Heyya Miraquilleans, Hope you all are doing well. A warm round of applause to these benignant souls for mizzling their acumen acuity of sagacity on us. •-•-• @/soulfulstirrings "No journey begins without a reason there's a path that unfolds right infront of our eyes in each phase of our lives and that's what decides who we eventually become." Writing is a journey to self discovery like any other form of art one may choose to pursue.I have always felt that there's not a medium stronger than words for they can reach the darkest of depths and illuminate one's mind. My journey here on mirakee has been one of the most enriching experi ences of my life. I started out shakily two and a half years ago, apprehensive about my words and my poems but thanks to the constant support, encouragement from my fellow writers I learnt so much my vocabulary improved and soon I found my niche in the way I wrote my poems. A big thank you to all the wonderful talented writers of Mirakee.To all the newcomers, please don't get disheartened incase you feel your work isn't reaching more people just keep inking consistently. If you tag other writers do be kind enough to read their work too.We all should work together towards making mirakee a beautiful place.Gratitude goes a long way concentrate on reading as well as writing. It will help you improve your vocab and if ever you feel you need help reach out. I have witnessed such amazing poets always being hands on to help others here.Writers block is just a phase we all go through.. let it not hinder you from picking up your pen to write. I take a break when I feel that my words are waning and then get back to writing after a while.Mirakee is home to amazing talent under one roof. I feel proud to be a part of a place that has helped me evolve. Lots of love and blessings to all. Keep inking and shining. ••• @/love_whispererr 1- Vocabulary is important, your rich vocabulary gives a different dimension to your write-up but trying to increase the toughness, sometimes write-up becomes direction less. Sometimes simplicity gives the poetry a new and refreshing look. Try to understand the direction of your words where you want them to go and you should live with those words to turn them into metaphors. 2- Don't push yourself so hard. A post which is your best that you think and it comes from your heart, may get a few likes or reposts. But it doesn't mean that the post is not good or anything or you have to delete it. Leave it as they're. Feel happy to read the poem again and again. Don't delete or don't feel bad. ••• @/kin_jo , @/lovethatneverfades There is an incessant suffocation running through the mind, the character you want to write about are hungrily awaiting to get unfurl in your plots and subplots but the words seems short to sort out the actual chaos inside you and you feel numb, frustrated to write down the intricate details, meticulously describe the beautiful chaos. This is what we decribe as writers block, a lump in a throat. But patience let time pass , let the characters play a havoc in your head. I would say wait till the time they start to dance happily and play along with your mind tunes. Every writing shouldn't be just to appeal others . Writing should be for self. Be it two lines or couple words they should be to enchant our own mind. An art should be your own therapy and not just to glorify your worth. Pen down short stuff, take time, sit back and relax. For a writer words flows on its own. It cannot be borrowed or exchanged, forced or subdued. It's a creation never be created before, A masterpiece of your own. ••• @/shaiz_fs Miraquill, formerly mirakee is a writing paradise for many amazing writers. Everybody here have their own style of writing. Miraquill daily gives challenges and reading the participants is a real joy. We come across many unique posts on a single word, writers take the challenge in their own style. This is how I started writing here. I remember it was in Feb 2019, I first wrote on mirakee. I met many friends and some foes too. I am grateful for both. Yes, I accept the app has flaws which the owners need to think about. We, the mirakeeans are a family. When any member of the family is being troubled by miscreants, we all should take stand. No one should be left alone.There have been instances where good writers left mirakee due to no readers and no wn or mirakee reposts. Never write for appreciation, write for your satisfaction. You will get the repost one day surely. And if any of us come across a post which is really well written but has less readers, you can tag your friends there. Never fake a read. Never repost for a repost and like for a like. Give your genuine feedback. We own our words, but not the language or format of the way we write. If someone has used our vocabulary or format of writing, it doesn't mean they plagiarized. This is what learning is all about. Always give credits to the rightful owner. People plagiarise content from other social apps and think that they acted very smart. These people are not only deceiving mirakeeans but also their own self. When you come across plagiarized posts, do report it to the respective authority. Coming to me, I don't count myself in the list of some of the amazing writers here. I am more of a reader than a writer who randomly scribbles without a specific genre. My heartful thanks to every individual who supported and encouraged me and also to the one who strive keep the title of this place "paradise" intact. . A special thanks to Carolyn madam for handling her responsibility amazingly well . ••• @/heartsease , @/the_frozen_heart I've seen many people asking about tips for writing, to be honest I never had any, I was just a messed up mind who wandered here and discovered a way to express myself. For me every person is a writer just the way of organising words differ from one mind to another. The only thing I could ask is NEVER GIVE UP SO EASILY, whether it's writing or crossing arduous situation, think that you're a butterfly and a butterfly shall always know how to fly high after breaking a tough cocoon. The most important thing is to not to stop your inspiration and reading habit. They say lohe ko loha katata hai same way I feel writer's block can be overcome by writing or it can be along observations plus imaginations. Observing nature specifically and absorbing peace do help me some times. Sometimes taking break is okay or feeling writers block just spend some time with your own self for they say, "a moon can wait whole day to be illuminated in the darkness of night, without realising about the power of light it holds throughout". When life build walls around you and leave you to wither, Miraquill is a home for salvation and hope to mend your crashed feathers. ••• @/ak_anjali_daydreamzz 1. Read as much genres as I can. Variety is the spice that lets me stay in touch with different types of writings. 2. I like to explore and hate repetition, so in writing also, I don't stick to something for long. I alternate different methods, at least I try. 3. I only write when I feel like writing, no forced writes. If I feel bored, I read more and if not I do other crafts. 4. Even though I read lots of books, and in here Mirakee too I read many writers here - i get inspired by themes and topics but I try to present it in my own way. 5. I am still not sure what my type of writing is, I just write what I feel, and it varies from time to time. ••• @/_astitva_ For me mostly I felt writer's block whenever I'm high on negative emotions it happens mostly either we feel depressed, lack of inspiration, something personal trauma or anything and it happens but what I did everytime is: 1. I never stopped reading even though I couldn't scribble. When you read different emotions you relate to them and it worked Everytime for me as a catalyst for relieving from the writer's block and put my emotions into words. 2. Expressing is first and foremost rather than thinking about how it will be when you put the last full stop. Let your heart ooze whatever it's holding and I'm sure we have oceans of emotions every second to paint the whole sky with different colours. 3. Writing is just like a stream of emotions like that of water it takes the shape of wherever it gets its path even the rocks can't stop it over a period of time it makes its passage so don't bind yourself into shackles of genres, figures of speeches ( Which I have done unknowingly ) or anything, just let yourself bloom in all dimensions of this paradise and you'll yourself see the magic hidden inside you. •••