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Neelam Dadhwal I reread some of my old works. Try to create an environment to think where I left and how should I progress, some ideas start to evolve and then I…moreI reread some of my old works. Try to create an environment to think where I left and how should I progress, some ideas start to evolve and then I just need my place and stationary to start again writing.(less)
Neelam Dadhwal Ability to express, especially on many intricate and valuable issues. I always wonder one could be a writer as one matures with age, gathering all…moreAbility to express, especially on many intricate and valuable issues. I always wonder one could be a writer as one matures with age, gathering all those rhymes that are just waiting to be felt and told about.(less)
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Echoes

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Footprints

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Straight From Life

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These rains reminds of a fact of floods and avalanches as well news are flashed on t.v. It is common advisory not to travel to rain prone areas.

Rains are part of culture where growth, life and rejuvenation is inherited and celebrated. Life just not have milestones sometimes this season (rainy season, shravan mass) reminds that there could be beginnings. Could one find happiness with events or... Read more of this blog post »
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“To a figment of imagination add a bit of inspiration and meditation and it becomes poetry.”
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“Mediocrity is not in the means but keeping a profile that negates healthy thinking.”
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“To a figment of imagination add a bit of inspiration and meditation and it becomes poetry.”
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