Ashwini Dodani's From The Poet's Heart

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AH! End of another challenge and this is making my heart sink. September and October have been my favorite months because I took part in two writing challenges - My Friend Alexa and Write Tribe. Everyone who writes, knows that how much push we need sometimes to churn our imagination and bring out words to paper and ink to the blog. It has been such a wonderful journey of back to back blogging, reading and discovering so many amazing bloggers, writers, artists and poets. It couldn't have been possible if the leads on this challenge wouldn't have done it. Forming a large community, supporting and encouraging each other to write better is what the world of writers need now and forever. It's memories like these keep blogging fresh in my mind every year and makes me proud that I stay up to the promise of never stop writing, I indulge in newer challenges and keep the ink flowing. I don't know what I would have been without words, verse and experiences. And emotions. And the capability to express this effortlessly. In this journey of writing for almost 8 years now, I have realized that it has the power of healing because you release what you want to say when no one is ready to listen and understand your plea. Sometimes it comes out in the form of poetry, inspiration and situation sharing while sometimes it comes out tad too dark but most importantly it helps me calm down and be again the better person I am, more than my current consequence. It was lovely discovering all the amazing bloggers and writers from the Write Tribe community and I wish we all stay in touch and motivate each other to write better and more. It's always more than the give and take, it's more about inspire, support and educate. Summing up this piece with a short poem (as most of you know by now how much I love POETRY): The connections we make out of our contact lists, The people we meet facing and mastering life, The time we spend reading these golden words, It's all the part of our role and reversal... Every smile shared, every incident we related to, There's a mutual bond thrown to the Universe, For we are human beings for a reason, There's always a reason to be kind... We might forget, forgive and move on, But for all that we shared with each other, Shall stay in the cosmos to remind us, The only reality and fact, We are ONE! I am taking part in The Write Tribe Problogger October 2017 Blogging Challenge.
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