Come and Enjoy from Faridah!!!


Spare a moment with me. 
Perhaps, a moment longer?
You are a beauty to my eyes,
to my soul—
just be there.
I will understand
if you choose to keep silent;
that way, you're reaching out too,
in a way only we both understand.
Watch the sunsets with me—
can you let it be, this moment?
Ignore the world around you,
forget all the chaos,
be you—
for now.
You will realize a different world,
a world of possibilities,
full of life and light,
moments of love and laughter.
Just you and I.

Always us.



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Soul and heart cannot be broken

Didi's Art Design

A dictatorial tyrant may invade a country
May cause inhuman disasters
Kill thousands of innocent people
Spreading fear and terror
May conquer the whole country
Sow violence and inhumanity
But soul and heart cannot be broken
Can never be killed
Used for his evil purpose

Love, truth, and dignity cannot be destroyed
Not even by the worst dictator

DidiArtist, 26.02.2022

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Priceless freedom

Learning with Life

While counting blessings…
Count freedom twice….
Right to live with pride and dignity..
Is so much taken for granted..
The price of independence..
As well as saving the independence…
Is way too high..
Least we can have is gratitude and respect for it…
We are blessed to have a right to speak and to be heard..
With social liberty, freedom of choice..
Make independence more meaningful by working on issues..
For that all need to remain united…
Coming together against all odds..
To born under free country is fortunate…
Making it better with the path of progress..
Understanding, gratitude, protect and work on growth..
To continue to shine brighter with glory, peace and prosperity..
Wish, pray as well as work for it.

Written by

Swati Sharma

Copyright Feb 2022 © Swati Sharma and Learning with life. All rights reserved.

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Darkling, or: Benighted

The Skeptic's Kaddish 🇮🇱

An American sentence in 10 words:

Only explosions and faces of tyrants brighten today’s #darkling world.

What’s an ‘American Sentence’?

Allen Ginsberg, inventor of the American Sentence, felt that the haiku didn’t work as well in English. Ginsberg decided to remove the line structure of the haiku, maintaining the requirement of 17 syllables total. He felt that removing the line count freed the American Sentence up for the idiosyncrasies of English phonemes.

The requirements:

  1. Composed in one line;
  2. Syllabic, 17 syllables;
  3. Condensed, written with no unnecessary words or articles;
  4. Complete sentence or sentences;
  5. Includes a turn or enlightenment.


The above American Sentences were first written for a #PenYourTen Twitter prompt; the prompt word was: ‘Darkling’. This prompt requires a response of…

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