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When life was really child\'s play
Michael Edwards said:

What an uplifting write which takes me right back to my childhood - thanks so much for posting this gem.

December 3rd, 2019 14:58

O\' human heart
Reivax Camlost said:

It\'s been a fair while since this was written, but I do recall you once asking me to comment on your most recent poem, and I never did; by my calculations this was the poem that was written most recently at that time. And it\'s quite a wonderful piece; I especially appreciate the notes of assonance and dissonance that you wove together between the lines. You preserve the lyrical quality of the poem when read aloud through cleverly arranging the meter and the rhymescheme to act continuously between transitions—a delightful stroke. The subject matter also really resonates, the nature of the heart troubles me often; how we can hold both love and hatred, violence and beauty, all seemingly equally sublime in nature or else equally base when considered against the weight of whatever things we hold as truly pure or good. To resolve that question with a return to the simple intuitions of humanity in such a noble fashion, that\'s admirable, I think.

November 19th, 2019 12:39

O\' human heart
AlitaOpal said:

Fantastic piece, the heart indeed is a powerful organ thank you x

November 3rd, 2019 17:57

Mankind in Dreamland
AlitaOpal said:

conscious and subconscious dreaming.. the one you speak off like the pictures of Salvador Dali, can look surreal and make sense and on the flip-side looks like it makes sense but feels surreal.. Amazing master piece x

October 30th, 2019 11:23

Human hues
Reivax Camlost said:

A work of emotional ultraviolet, methinks. Bright; exciting. It glows. Alternatively witty and deep, this one doesn\'t compromise feeling or genuineness for literary appeal, but then, it doesn\'t really need to.

October 30th, 2019 09:43

Human hues
Joe Dawson said:

Oh, the colours of love and life, what colour flag will you wave today and what emotions will you hide? An enjoyable and very original write. Excellent work my friend - I loved it. Joe

October 24th, 2019 17:56

Human hues
Alan .S. Jeeves said:

Hello dear wordsmith.
I enjoy how you include at least one of the colours in each stanza. However I think that you have missed out two. Your piece is silver and gold.

Kind regards to you and your rich culture, Alan

October 23rd, 2019 06:58

Human hues
RiverJordan said:

Well pooh, lol great piece !👍

October 22nd, 2019 15:22

Llama Drama
FineB said:

Hello S.zaynab,

A great write.

I enjoyed that. Llamas are cute.

Keep writing FineB

October 22nd, 2019 15:18

Human hues
FineB said:

Hello S.zaynab,

A powerful evocative write.

Very good.

Human hues we all get them but we must not let them destroy us.

Keep writing FineB

October 22nd, 2019 15:16

Human hues
Tia Davis/テイア said:

I love this it\'s like your telling a story expressing all the emotions at the same time in a clever way. I like the words you use like hues and pigmentation to describe emotions and not the literal thing~❤

October 22nd, 2019 10:11

The rise and fall of life\'s notes
Fay Slimm. said:

Excellent advice on how to take life as it\'s ups and downs are a challenge to all............. you outline the positive and suggest how to avoid falls in a most interesting manner - thank you zaynab for sharing this well written verse.

October 22nd, 2019 08:31

Human hues
Neville said:

an interesting prose post with some excellent lines running throughout... N

October 22nd, 2019 07:56

WITCHDOCTORS!
Gino said:

Good write my friend. Really enjoyed it, and can relate to the witchings of big pharma...

August 10th, 2019 01:31

My favourite anecdote from Urdu
Gary Edward Geraci said:

A resounding Amen, SZK - a cultural gem worth repeating to every culture. Although we all enjoy consensus, we must often plod on as rebels and cultural mercenaries. Grounded in prayer and guided by the Holy Spirit it’s a joyful endeavor!

July 24th, 2019 19:24

WITCHDOCTORS!
Joe Dawson said:

You touch upon some very touchy stuff here. We live on a rotating platform in space spinning at over a thousand miles an hour heated by a nuclear reactor sufficiently far enough away not to fry us to a crisp. Hardly surprising then that we look to the heavens and the alchemist for answers. Joe

July 20th, 2019 14:14

Weighty worries? 😋
Joe Dawson said:

Oh dear, if only we could all be TV, fashion mag\', catwalk perfect, all of the same height, weight, slim waist, perfect bust, best bottom on the block ... but wait, aren\'t we all in our own way beautiful? I\'ve always believed in being yourself and therefore different and in my opinion it is the simple act of being different that makes all the difference. Humankind is naturally beautiful and we are all drawn to the sexiness of shape whatever the magazines like to suggest. Be yourself and be different and love will come often perhaps more than once. Big is beautiful, small is petite and all shapes in between have an equal worth. Rejoice in your shape and succeed in all you do. Joe

July 20th, 2019 14:01

My favourite anecdote from Urdu
sylviasearcher said:

Outsiders will always be judged by the crowds

July 19th, 2019 02:27

My favourite anecdote from Urdu
ANGELA & BRIAN said:

Thanks for sharing ZAYNAB a very intersting PARABLE which reminds us that none of us can please *All of the PEOPLE All of the Time* BUT we must at all times seek to please GOD because He pleases us 24/7 with the Blessings of his wonderful Creation ~ incuding DONKEYS !

Blessings & Peace to You & Yours
Yours ANGELA & BRIAN 🧡🧡
We are engaged & share this site ~ OK

July 18th, 2019 18:40

My favourite anecdote from Urdu
Jabberwocky said:

Everybody has to have somebody to look down on.
There’s no act so pure it can’t be criticised piously by those who look for fault.
Good story.

July 18th, 2019 14:32

My favourite anecdote from Urdu
Poetic Dan said:

Wow... Thank you so much for bringing me here it reminds me of the Chinese story of the son that kept getting hurt!

This was amazing, great synchronisation today. The universe works in beautiful ways

July 18th, 2019 03:00

My favourite anecdote from Urdu
orchidee said:

A fine write zaynab. Another donkey tale in summary: A donkey fell into a deep pit. They had no means to get it out. So they shovelled in dirt in the end to bury the donkey, as it was dying in the pit. As they did so, the level of dirt rose after some time, and the donkey eventually was able to climb out of the pit and was saved.

July 18th, 2019 01:49

My favourite anecdote from Urdu
Michael Edwards said:

A tale so well told.

July 17th, 2019 20:10

Weighty worries? 😋
Maxine Smith said:

This hits close to home, I’m always feeling the pressure to fit in or look better, years of self esteem issues truly wear and tear your heart.
Really well written.
Hope you can check my ‘perceptions’ out, kind of similar concepts in their.

June 17th, 2019 15:42

Weighty worries? 😋
Goldfinch60 said:

Beauty should always be seen within the eyes of the person, external looks are quite meaningless if the person inside is not beautiful, everyone is beautiful.

May 5th, 2019 00:40

Weighty worries? 😋
BDJ said:

Physical beauty is cultural. Although there are some objective measures based on evolutionary imperatives. But who knows. Next year, the science may be different. Even science has cognitive biases.

May 4th, 2019 18:07

Weighty worries? 😋
MendedFences27 said:

The war rages on, with beauty as the lure, and social acceptance as the weapon. If we all could just be ourselves and not try to be someone else\'s image of beauty. Far better to be beautiful on the inside than outside. Skinny or plump, tall or short, bald or long-haired, etc., those who measure by such things are the problem of this world.
Your poem struck a chord with me. I enjoyed it immensely. A very nice write, very thought provoking. _ Phil A.

May 4th, 2019 13:31

Weighty worries? 😋
Tia Davis/テイア said:

I completely agree I try my best to give my friends this message next time I\'ll just show them this instead

May 4th, 2019 10:19

Weighty worries? 😋
MSA-19 said:

beauty can come in all shapes & sizes. this is a great poem. i\'m sure anyone, especially a female, could take something from it.

May 4th, 2019 09:42

WITCHDOCTORS!
Gary Edward Geraci said:

The papal encyclical “Rerum Novarum” speaks to the detrimental effects of superstition on the masses: “In presence of such mode of life and such example, prejudice gave way, the tongue of malevolence was silenced, and the lying legends of ancient superstition little by little yielded to Christian truth.” Faith without reason leads to fundamentalist superstition and reason without faith leads to Nihilism. Thanks for the thought provoking write SZK.

February 18th, 2019 11:25

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