My most lovely friend but like missing person…

It is you
like missing in foggy night.

Last night, when I saw you as a fainted lonely star

Then I was drowned in the ocean of many miserable thoughts

I thought you were lost in the desert of Sahara’s miraz droughts

I would never be able to meet you

My soul consoled me- he can never forget you.

Sigh……. all waves of that ocean were crying for me

And searching you to rest my soul for me

I was thinking about you not for three days but three centuries

I thought about a mermaid or a siren who could be a reason for cursed song’s berries

Suddenly, a candle of hope has enlightened

At last I have succeeded to find you in your dream land as enchanted

Now, I am feeling free and relax minded

And sending you blooming flower’s envelope as everlasting fragrant and blessed.

Written by Aruna Sharma.

12.11.2019. 2.25at midnight

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We all are passengers of known paths..

(Yeah .i am heard your voice my all is reality we all are lost stars.where has that statement gone-“ocean aparts,only thought away”.the heart has slept down in barren’s bed embracing her all lonliness and now the mind has rised up and working heartless.we all are passengers of unknown paths.right,my dear special friend!!

It is A Yellow Rose or the Shadow of Your sunset’s scene….?

It is blooming for some days

Because of your sunshine’s rays

My dear!!you are lost unknwon ways

I am giving you those words whatever my heart says

I am still now waiting for you now a days

When will your words echo for making my rainbow-the rhyme with frey

I am on my kneel and seeing thy floating ship at horizon for my soul to brey

My soul has converted in pale as you like always to see sunsets on the beach or bay

So my pink rose is rooting as yellow per se

Please give a droplet of your clouding verses otherwise my soul affary.

If you can call her then call she is master of will yet to just flay

Forever to be Parthenon may be pale but as treasury

My spiritual soul loves your amazing verses and by any body, never to slay

At lo zenit is her home and often to come hear only you then Yah-soo to say.

Written by Aruna Sharma.

11.11.2019. 2:21A.M.

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First photo is taken by me.other image is taken from Google.

Some Immortal lines of the poetry book”Vanity of human wishes”,written by Samuel Johnson-A Review.

The Vanity of Human Wishes is a poem of 368 lines, written in closed heroic couplets. Johnson loosely adapts Juvenal’s original satire to demonstrate “the complete inability of the world and of worldly life to offer genuine or permanent satisfaction.”[16]

The opening lines announce the universal scope of the poem, as well as its central theme that “the antidote to vain human wishes is non-vain spiritual wishes”:[17]

Let Observation with extensive View,
Survey Mankind from China to Peru;
Remark each anxious Toil, each eager Strife,
And watch the busy scenes of crouded Life;
Then say how Hope and Fear, Desire and Hate,
O’erspread with Snares the clouded Maze of Fate,
Where Wav’ring Man, betray’d by vent’rous Pride,
To tread the dreary Paths without a Guide;
As treach’rous Phantoms in the Mist delude,
Shuns fancied Ills, or chases airy Good.
(Lines 1โ€“10)[18]

Later, Johnson describes the life of a scholar:

Should Beauty blunt on fops her fatal dart,
Nor claim the triumph of a letter’d heart;
Should no Disease thy torpid veins invade,
Nor Melancholy’s phantoms haunt thy Shade;
Yet hope not Life from Grief or Danger free,
Nor think the doom of Man revrs’d for thee:
Deign on the passing world to turn thine eyes,
And pause awhile from Letters, to be wise;
There mark what ills the Scholar’s life assail,
Toil, envy, Want, the Patron and the Jayl.

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An small Introduction of Samuel Johnson-Samuel Johnson by name Dr. Johnson(born September 18,1709,LichField,Staffordshire,England-died December 13,1784 London) English critic,biographer,essayist,poet and lexiographer,regarded as one of greatest figure of 18th century life and letters.


His most famous quotes are here—–*


That home where Samuel Johnson had taken birth.

The cover of his book”VANITY OF HUMAN WISHES”

“Reading him means being wise as you like”โค

Send by Aruna Sharma

8.11.2019. 10:41AM