“Walk a little slower, Daddy,” said a child so small. “I’m following in your footsteps and I don’t want to fall. Sometimes your steps are very fast, Sometimes they’re hard to see; So walk a little slower, Daddy, For you are leading me. Someday when I’m all grown up, You’re what I want to be; … More “I must follow you” a father’s day poetry
Wow! Hati03nisa (My fav person on WordPress), thank you so much for nominating me for this award. You have such a great blog that is splendid and full of joy. It is not every day you hear of someone who absolutely loves their life and is talented enough to describe it so well. For those those of … More The Versatile Blogger Award
He came to my life as a beautiful blessing.. but he departed leaving a permanent mark of curse on it.. But I still hope may be He will return but My love was like a tangent which only touches the circle once. “This is my collaboration post with extremely talented writer Rajoshree Singha. Though she … More Unrequited love #Part 2
She still fallen for him, knowing that They are two parallel lines which will never meet at any end. ©Harshit Dangwal
There is a love i reminisce, like a seed I’ve never sown. Of lips that I am yet to kiss, and eyes not meet my own. Hands that wrap around my wrists, and arms that feel like home. I wonder how its is I miss these things I’ve never known. Thanks for the read :-@
Magic happens when you won’t let the chance slip. Even though you want to. The universe always fall in love with a Stubborn heart. Thanks for the read. Share you feedback in comment box
This Gypsy Heart ❤ Just needs to wander. Wander to undiscovered mountains and cave that guards the mysteries of this world. I will unturn every stone, I will walk every unpaved path, I will dive through the darkest seas just to discover the secrets that were only meant for me.
Hi this is Harshit Dangwal’s and Mousumi Sheel’s First collaboration, it is my privilege to work with an extremely talented writer Mousumi, she is just amazing in her write ups. Check out this poetry written by us, we’ve tried real hard to penned it in a way as per readers want. So check it out and provide your … More A Broken kind of Beautiful
How do you know if you’re an Introvert? You were probably referred to as one, you always look forward to going back and having some ‘me’ times or maybe you’re not so sure yet about being an introvert. I have been an Introvert all my life. Being an Introvert, bring me up with the feeling … More 5 reasons why Introverts are considered to be Awesome
Author : Harshit Dangwal Like a seed, You irrigate me with your blood. Nurtured me with love, Without caring about the world. Your womb was like, A luxury apartment for me. Your love for me, Was like a shed of a tree. I kicked, I hiccups, I punched, I fluttered, But that came up to … More I call Her “Superwomen” Mother’s Day Special
Have you ever been interested in reading some mysterious shit so this article is for you. Have you heard about Illuminati? They are believed to be a secret society originated in 17th century. It is believed that if you will join illuminati and worship the demon you will get success in a very short span … More What is an Illuminati? Everything you ever wanted to know about it.
A magnificent time Friday at five Lazily it arrives A Herculean climb But here is the weekend Limitless potential Though gone in a second Still reverential.
Hazel curls on head, Adorable smile on face. Twinkles like, A star 🌟 in the space. She is a little chaos, Clumsy mooded. She’s a beauty though, With chubbiness overloaded. Calm by nature, With alluring eyes. Being with her, The world seems to be a Paradise. She’s my queen, With tons of prettiness inside. I … More A Girl With Curls
This entire book of poetry, has come as a surprise, Suddenly these poems decided they all wanted to arise, And so here they are in book form of considerable size, Pointing to an intelligence that flows throughout our lives. An intelligence that’s natural, which is the same as Nature, Some may call it God or … More Introductory Lines
Author : Harshit Dangwal (No apologize for being straight forward.) 1.”Dude, you know i only listen to Hollywood or Pop.” Suck! “Dude i only listen to Pop or Hollywood.” are common words you can found almost every person saying. I don’t understand what is the connection of pop music to coolness. Meanwhile this sounds like … More Annoying things that Indian do to prove themselves cool.
she is opaque, like a water. clumsy and constant, like a free world. she smiles, cures all the stress. she’s a little chaos, with a whimsical sense of humor. kiddy from the habits, sweet in her own way. she laughs, she howls, like she really don’t care about the world. hard like a stone, you … More Her Adoreness
“What makes things memorable is that they are meaningful, significant, colorful.” – Joshua Foer Vivid hues taint the sky as India ushers in the season of spring with the kaleidoscopic festival of Holi. The vibrant festival is known by a variety of names depending on which region you care to visit. From Rangpanchami in Maharashtra to Lathimaar … More HOLI – The Vibrancy of Incredible India
Not just a name, She is successor of life. She shocked everyone, by the way she strive. Respect them, not just vocally, but by the depth of heart. She gave life. She is a wife. She is a mother and she is a friend. She is a sister a survivor to the end. Appreciate her, … More Woman’s Worth – A Poetry on International Women’s Day
One day, you will laugh. You will laugh at how seriously you took it. It seemed like a big deal, it seemed so important, and one day you will see it was a trick of your own mind. The need to explain yourself, the caring what they thought, the opportunities missed, the regrets, the beliefs, … More One Day.
There are those who will laugh at you. Let them laugh. There are those who will hate you. Let them hate. There are those who will worry about you. Let them worry. There are those who will not like to see you succeed. Let them. There are those who will love you. Let them. There … More Let Them….
A bird was flying across the sky. It landed on a lawn. The air was fresh, the breeze was light, and the sun was cool. The bird noticed someone crying in the distance, sitting on a lawn chair outside of a house. When the crying had finished, the bird flew over to the person, who … More The Simple Bird – a short story
Along the spiritual or even self-help path, we can accidentally pick up or even invent ideas that hold us back and restrict our flow. Here are five potential conditioning to notice in yourself, accept, eat with your light and let them go back to the source… 1) You must have a silent mind Of course … More 5 Spiritual Conditionings To Be Free From
Book writer : VLADIMIR NABOKOV Review by : Harshit Dangwal The book Lolita can be interpreted in so many different ways by so many different people. Was the relationship between Lolita and Humbert Humbert passionate or destructive? Is the well-respected and academic protagonist really in love with the young nymphet, or is he a perverted man … More VLADIMIR NABOKOV’S “LOLITA” Book Review
It is valuable to notice where your thoughts come from. If you notice where they come from, where they originate from, then they will become more creative. Being lost in mental noise can mean our minds become stagnant, repetitive, conditioned. Giving space to the noise and being aware of the source, aids renewed energy and … More The Intelligent Life (10 min read)
What To Do If You Are Disturbed By Noise It might be a car alarm going off from a few streets over, it might be someone shouting next door, it might just be someone’s tone when they are speaking to you, it could even be someone complaining, radiating negativity, which makes you feel as if … More Do Noise Disturbs you?? (10 min read)
Beyond my expectations, They struggle for me. When i loose myself, I found you standing by my side. The depth of your love, I cant measure. Mom and dad you are my smile keeper. No Love, Is bigger than you. Thanks lord, That i got parents like you. Killing your expectations for my need, You … More Mom & Dad : My smile keeper
There is no point in life where you can be sure you won’t meet challenges again. No matter what happens, thing still arise that may require your attention. Something might “go wrong,” something might need to be fixed. If something ever “goes wrong”, the way we often get unconsciously conditioned, usually just by copying a … More What to do when things go wrong
A very short, simple story on stepping out of the human drama of language for a while… A cat was silently sitting at the end of the pathway leading up to the house in which it lived. As it looked around, straight ahead it could see its owners all sitting round their table, eating a … More “A Thoughtless Cat”
Dancing on Saturn’s rings making out in the pouring rain you kiss me, melting your lips into mine like wax and honey you consume me, as i consume you two dancing flames, two searching souls thirsty only for each other burning bright, but steady kerosene, never running out. so follow me to the hell depths of … More You & Me
I first tied my laces as a seven year old boy; the joy outweighed the prospect of an ice cream, or a toy. Now, before we play outside I show him how it’s done, hoping he’ll persist until this little struggle’s won. I know he finds it difficult and so I don’t explain that laces … More Shoe Laces
Olympus Book Writer : Debdutt Pattnaik Review By : Harshit Dangwal (Founder @ Wings of Audacity) The elegant front cover features an illustration of the Trojan Horse. There is another interesting image on the back cover ― this one of Atlas bearing the world on his shoulders. The blurb ends with the tantalizing words: ‘Long have … More Debdutt Pattnaik’s “Olympus” Book Review
A Feast of Vultures Book Writer : Josy Joseph Review By : Harshit Dangwal (Founder @ Wings of Audacity) Josy Joseph’s A Feast of Vultures: The Hidden Business of Democracy in India is a terrible book to read. Not because of how it is written, rather because of what it chooses to delve into, in-depth. It … More “A Feast Of Vultures” Book review
“Comparison is the death of joy.”- MARK TWAIN We usually have unconscious reasons for doing things. Comparing yourself and your life to other peoples’ for example, is probably a habit of ours as we think we can assess ourselves or how well we are doing. It is how we are used to gauging how good or … More Comparison – The Killer Of Joy
“Be aware of the habit of the mind to still be looking for the next moment – when the thoughts stop or the mind calms or peace comes or enlightenment happens. Instead of running to escape into the next moment, make peace with the thoughts and sensations that are appearing right now. Don’t be dependent … More Thoughts Are Friends
A fractured soul trapped in a perfect body. Leading a life of lies hoping to be a somebody. Losing at life wanted to quit the game. Trying to find a way out always ended the same. Listening to outside voices starts the process over again. Jumping at every chance to end … More Reality Cycle
1. You hone your Decision Making skills The moment you decide on travelling some place with regards to your career betterment, that is the moment when you have begun working on your decision-making skills. When you are moving to a far-off place, your natural instincts begin working automatically and you are made to make more … More FIVE MOST IMPORTANT BENEFIT OF TRAVELING…. (15 min read)
Everyone tends to have thoughts or regrets or emotions or beliefs or worries or anything else inside that bothers them. It might be something that you think you missed out on, made a mistake on, or a belief that you feel is hard to shake, but is holding you back in life. No matter what … More Eat What Bothers You
“We’re all going to die, all of us, what a circus! That alone should make us love each other but it doesn’t. We are terrorized and flattened by trivialities, we are eaten up by nothing.”-CHARLES BUKOWSKI Bukowski again. Isn’t it true? Aren’t we so often caught up in the small stuff, because we have a … More The Value Of Perspective
Pillow talk My pillow holds secrets no one has herd my darkest desires my wildest fantasies. My pillow holds the happy tears of my new love felt my sad tears of lost loves My pillow has felt my tight grip when I squeezed with muffled screams with hurt My pillow has danced with me on … More Pillow talk
we were not the flavors of a beautiful painting, but rather, the starched sheet of an endless wallpaper stranded in a cyclical design that we drew ourselves, unable to cling to the walls for a lifetime
The deepest love does not rest In just lips or eyes Or kisses or caress Carried in gentleness Across the wind, But rather an emotion That hangs on your thoughts Whether across meadows Bathed in frozen dew Or listening to raindrops Developing slowly over time Like a detective novel Opening up in soft layers Until … More From Friendship to Love ❤
Sometimes I just wanna tell the world “You know what? Just fuck right off!” “Get outta here with your lies, your half truths, your unchecked, slanderous gossip, your egocentric crap on social media.” Once upon a time we talked to each other, and actually listened! Now, in this copy-and-paste era, you don’t even hear what … More Fuck off Facebook
My Hometown (Uttarakhand) Diaries – 2k16 Though Uttarakhand has many beautiful and amazing hill stations to be visit like Nainital, Munsyari, Uttarkashi, oli, and many more but the bliss and beauty of kausani is something different and not every hill station can be compared with the splendor of kausani. Kausani is known for breathtaking view of snow cap … More Got Soaked in the Beauty of Kausani – Switzerland of India
Throwback 2k15 Diaries : Trip to New Delhi. Often called “Dil walo ka seher.” One of the largest metropolis in India, Delhi is the capital of India as well as home to a population of millions of people. The historical, political and especially cultural center of the entire country, Delhi has slowly but surely emerged … More Straight outta Delhi
Growing up I was extremely shy. I didn’t have many friends in my school and rarely opened up to anyone. I was more than your average introvert, I was scared of the world and the people that lived within its parameters. As a child I was scared to do anything without my parents mainly because … More DON’T WORRY, I’M SCARED TOO
Author: Harshit Dangwal I am staring out the window at another day of clouded skies and fitful rain, the twelfth in a row. In the last days of November, we made a trip to Mussorie, Uttarakhand. It’s almost one month on from then, and I am still throwing on a jacket to walk in the … More The Green This Time