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If I were a tree ,
bound to the land I reap
The greens would accompany me in vast fields
Yet I'll be living as per others needs with no freedom to move
So I chan...
Yet I'll be living as per others needs with no freedom to move or be
So I change my mind,
I don't think I wish to be a tree
If I were a bird
I would fly high and steep
Make my own nest
Hunt for survival and breed
Yet I won't feel free as my freedom will be restricted to the ever changing climatic zeal
So I change my mind ,
I don't think I wish to be a bird
If I were anyone other than me
I don't think I would be living my dreams
Despite the struggles of human race ,
it is a privilege to be able to feel bliss as well as grief
There is an underlying comfort in knowing the endearing
strengths built within us to heal
I think I need nothing more or less
I wish to be reborn as a human again
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There was this tiny, bubbly
girl. Livid and cute, she had everything she needed and much more.
It was her fourth birthday and she was super excited about the
There was this tiny, bubbly girl. Livid and cute, she had everything she needed and much more. It was her fourth birthday and she was super excited about the gifts to get. She was at the gate, waiting for her friends when an uncle came and invited her for a game of Hide and Seek.
You can type his last name with just your left hand in a matter
of seconds. Because when it comes to him, it's all about making
Roger Federer entered 2017 a...
You can type his last name with just your left hand in a matter of seconds. Because when it comes to him, it's all about making things easy.
Roger Federer entered 2017 as a 35-year-old. Before turning 36, he has already won two Grand Slams - the Australian Open in January and Wimbledon in July. But now he is 36. Men age, but Federer does not fall in that category. A man gets tired. Federer just goes through time and life like a knife through butter. Smooth, simple and effortless.
Even when he plays, he's forever fresh as though he takes a shower after every point, a power nap after every set and a sip of tea after every game. There is something about Federer. Something I haven't seen in other men. Perfection comes to him as naturally as breathing comes to us. When he was young, he seemed like a promise. A promise of a wonderful future. A future that inevitably arrived.
Him winning isn't just a habit he has, it's a habit we have too. He has been doing so for a long, long time. Clearly he knows something we don't. Behind that bandanna and wavy hair, lies the secret to 'tennis immortality'. He picks the times he wants to play now.
But his true legacy will live on in people like us. People who watched him play. People who watched him grow old and fine, like wine. If anyone who hasn't seen Federer play ever reads this, I just hope they know that there were some of us who were treated to a man who had divine powers, which he used only for good. No, he did not stop wars nor did he solve any other problem the world faces right now. And as of August, 2017, it is facing a heap. He simply played tennis.
He was a man who was kind, generous, and more often than not, had an ace up his sleeve, if you know what I mean. His forehand was to die for, and his backhand made life worth living. Like I said, he did not solve the world's problems.
But when he plays, he makes us forget our problems. In these moments, he made the world a better place.