Hold Me

 

 

 

A collection of 29 poems about love, with its joys and sufferings. Read them in one sitting and you might notice a story going on. Read them one by one and savour them.

Below, you have the table of contents.

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Magic Eyes

Look me in the eyes,

And tell me what you see;

Do they reflect my love for you?

Are they a window to my soul?

 

Because when I look into yours,

I see the whole Universe,

Sparkles, and stars, and many wishes

Ready to come true.

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Create Your Soul

I lost my soul,

You’ve stolen it;

Now I’m empty

And there’s nothing

I can do about it.

I feel like a shell

Without its precious pearl,

Destined not to know

How it feels to be full.

You’ve left me incomplete —

Why did you do that to me?

You had no soul, I knew it,

But why didn’t you

Politely ask for mine?

For I would’ve given you

My love to create your soul.

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Day 21. #30daybloggingchallenge

What three lessons do you want your children to learn from you?


Hello, guys! Today’s post challenge was an interesting one if you ask me – because there are so many lessons I would like to pass on to my children. Choosing three most important ones for me was difficult. I was not expecting it to be this hard. Before you continue reading my article, please take a few moments and think about the question and what your answer would be (if you feel like sharing, I would love to hear your opinion).

Without further ado…

1.Speak up their mind

By no means, being humble and respectful is important, but so is speaking up your mind. Miscommunication or the lack of it leads to a lot of problems. Not speaking up their mind makes people have frustrations and not being able to make decisions for them, always following one’s lead.

If one thinks something is wrong, he should say it. If he has another opinion, he should say it. It took me a while to figure this out. I consider myself to have been partially shy if that’s even possible – haha – and I wish I realised sooner the importance of not holding back. I agree, one has to be polite at the same time, though the other’s attitude influences how we act and react.

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Day 20. #30daybloggingchallenge

Post about three celebrity crushes.


When I read what I have to write about, my mind went blank. “I’ve never had celebrity crushes” immediately crossed my mind. But I had to write about something, so I sat down and thought. I got to the conclusion that although I’ve never had a celebrity crush, there are celebrities that I admire and find attractive to the point that they could become crushes.

1.Clark Gable471px-clark_gable_-_publicity

“William Clark Gable (February 1, 1901 – November 16, 1960) was an American film actor and military officer often referred to as “The King of Hollywood” or just simply as “The King”.

Gable won an Academy Award for Best Actor for It Happened One Night (1934),[2] and was nominated for leading roles in Mutiny on the Bounty (1935) and for his arguably best-known role as Rhett Butler in the epic Civil War drama Gone with the Wind (1939).”

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Day 19. #30daybloggingchallenge

Discuss your first love.


Ah! This is a tough one. My love life has always been a mess – I laugh saying it although it isn’t a laughing matter.

I find the “first love” subject a particularly hard one to discuss because it’s subjective – as in, my first relationship wasn’t my first love (I know, crazy right?). Then again, I am only 19, I am still wondering if I really knew love or it was just an illusion or a childish wish. Looking back on this side of my life, I do differentiate between when I was in love and when I thought I was.

My first love… hm… I was fourteen at the time. It wasn’t the type of love I would give now – but I’ve changed a lot since then – and still, I feel like it was love. Not only for that particular moment in time; yes, we sometimes think we love someone, but it’s only the moment and as soon as it passes we wake up to reality and realise it was only a wish, an urge, a “what we need” then.

It was an innocent type of love.

Yes, I know it’s hard to believe if we look around at how some teenager act. But it was innocent in every sense – holding hands, going out, talking long walks, kissing. I’ve had my first real kiss with “my first love.” Haha. I remember being so nervous, and wondering how it would feel like, and if I can do something wrong.

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