Too many questions There to worry me. Is this confusion? Or is it dichotomy?
A beautiful poem by Emily Dickinson, "A light exists in spring".
'If only you had begged I might have let you off But you are too clever by half! You think betraying your friends is cool? Remember! Treachery is the weapon of the fool.'
Nobody is born perfect. We all struggle to become perfect in the process of leading our lives. Success and failure, happiness and grief, they all come and go as we grow to become the individuals we are.
"Life is beautiful," they say. True!! The real joy of living is when you let your life take the shape it wants to. Live a life free of limitations, free of fears, free of restrictions. One life it is, that we have!! Live it!!
Life, they say, is a journey. You will see both ups and downs, good and bad, happiness and grief. But nothing is permanent. Good things will always have a place in our life. It is just a matter of time.
"There is no friend as loyal as a book". A good book always guides us to become a better person and gives us company at all times.
A land of beauty, divinity, and diversity, India, is known for its picturesque landscape and its cultural heritage. A land where godliness and humanity are unified to make a harmonious existence, the poet Sowmya Garimella, describes Mother India as the most elegant one in the whole wide universe.
The poem "The Road not taken" by Robert Frost talks about the stupefaction one experiences when he needs to make a decision and choose the best of the two options in front of him. A masterly piece of work by Robert Frost, this is among the most famous poems of the olden times.
Celebrating the womanhood.
The melancholy that strikes us when our loved one departs, the solitude, the memories of the past, the plans for the future, all seem disturbingly fake. As you think of the loved one, smile and forget the grief, says the poet Christina Rossetti.