Photo Challenge – Cee’s Which Way

Street of Cobblestones – Old Town, Ohrid MK

When words are written

In box of 150 characters 

Meanings’ lost in-between

On Traveling: Who Brings What?

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As I was browsing at my photo archives, I noticed in one specific photo having this detail at the background. I zoomed out and amused on what it entails. With just one look you can tell on how these two travelers delegate responsibilities.

Light come now quickly

Shadows hide in your absence

Reveal what needs be

 

Bites for Life

Kindle the passion as our love transpires
Across countries that we soon traverse
You and I, together, when travel bites.

No looking back for what's behind
Until the day we say "IT" out loud
Simply we grab each other's hand
Silently be there in each other's side
Enwrap in dreams we both behold

Remember! You and I, together, when love bites.

Greetings of Moonlight

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Standing by my window

On my most special day;

I looked up in the night sky

And saw the bare moonlight.

I haven’t watched it so often

But I know it exists.

I cherished its presence

Before I bid good night.

It whispered me a message

To remind me of today;

For the many blessings I received

It’s a bliss to always remember.

Look Up – Full Transcript Available

Full Text of the ‘Poem for Online Generation’

Last week, I shared with you the spoken poetry film of Gary Turk that became viral around the web. When I posted that, the youtube video had already about 3 million viewers.

Today as I’m writing this post, I am overwhelmed to see it had gone to about 33.9 million viewers. And now, I’m back with the full text of the poem.

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Look Up – A Spoken Word Poetry Film For Digital Generation

The National Poetry Month just concluded, and here goes a spoken poetry film that just went viral and still is after the release on 25th April – written, performed and  directed by Gary Turk.

Look Up.

It is a lesson taught to us to stop looking down through our digital screen, and switching-off the display. Instead, we lift our head up and see the surroundings to not miss any chances we can make to interact and communicate to those around us. With social media interaction, it can be the best and worst of times. When too busy looking-down:

We’re a generation of idiots, smartphones and dumb people.

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