As students of Science, we study Chemical Bonding. Here is a poem on the strongest bond to be found in nature ....
I'm not a billionaire yet, whether or not I become one, still Your unmerited abundant love, grace and favour, I'll always remember.
Pray for Rosina Kahn is a poem I tossed together quickly to ask fellow Hubbers to pray for Rosina. It seems she has Covid and is not doing well. Please join me in prayer for her healing. I figure I can reach more people here, rather than posting a short note on feed.
From the day of creation, nature and man complement each other. Just as nature without human beings turns into jungles, the world without ever green nature can never be habitable by human beings. Just a transformation of the silent deadly Desert.
Word Prompts Help Creativity / Week 10 is an article I write weekly. I pick one word we use to write a poem or short story. Hopefully it gives us a break from our normal routines & lets those creative juices flow. Who knows, maybe our next best seller. The ultimate goal is to simply have fun.
"This place is so beautiful, the food of this country is so delicious — everywhere you go, you'll encounter marks of a rich heritage and an equally rich history; but the girls of Afghanistan are in pain: they can not go out (never at night); they must stay in the house throughout the year,"
Golden temple or the golden calf after all those pyramids?- Exodus
A series of nonsensical poems I wrote and decided to put together into a compilation.
Friendship — a piece of writing on Brenda’s prompt week 9. All I can say is "Love can break but friendship never." On the long river of life, When the storm blows And nothing stops it, Friendship is a lifeline.
The birthday of our children is a very important day for us. It is a celebration of the day they came into this world and brought so much joy to us. It is a day to cherish who they are and to remind ourselves and also them how important they are and recognize their achievements and accomplishments.
A poem using some ethereal friends in harmony, to show an ideal in relation to the core of friendship
Word Prompts Help Creativity / Week 9 is an article I write weekly. It is to encourage Hubbers to write a poem or a short story using the word prompt provided. Hopefully this word will inspire your next masterpiece, but the goal is to learn to have a bit of fun while writing.
A poem and prose, extolling the virtues of Love and Wisdom. A Dedication to Mary Norton
There would be no king Saul without Samuel's humility.
The world is full of mystery, and when one does not know the mystery behind some things one will keep working round the clock without making appreciable impacts
Word Prompt Helps Creativity / Week 8 is a new series I write to challenge our creativity. I toss out a single word for Hubbers to use as a prompt for writing. Hopefully this word creates a few thoughts or feelings that we can jot down. I also highlight a few pieces from last week's word prompt.
In the cycle of life, in the end, we find the only way to happiness is to love God and his creation. Love everyone for the sake of God because God loves us, and he wants us to love each other. Help each other selflessly whenever we can.
The conflict begins when we learn to know or understand something. If there is something to solve your doubts only way to trust on others. Self belief & trust both are true friends in your life. Both are the pillars of your life.
Word prompts helps Creativity / Week 7 is a new series I am writing each week where I challenge Hubbers to write a poem or short story from a single word prompt. So far it has been alot of fun to see the diversity of what this word conjures up inside our minds. It usually sparks quite a variety.
We face a lot of challenges in life. To achieve success in life we need to struggle a lot, be determined, be patient and be strong. In spite of all this we sometimes have to face failures. Then we feel hopeless and give up. But we need to remember that hopelessness is the biggest obstacle to success
An early approach to the coming Easter season with poems and prose