I am a self-taught writer. Going through the personally challenging years of my life, I wrote a collection of articles, haikus, verses, short stories primarily, for my own self-exploration and understanding.
Many of my finest writings and articles are drawn from the nature. The value of ambience is the subject of my passages and stories and hence, many lines of these descriptions are devoted to the natural settings and the realness of life.
I am very observant to the aura of nature, the shifting patterns of color and light and the changes of earthly seasons, as I feel that in so many ways they are so intricately resemble to the state of life. I think and feel that we have seasons in life too.
Withal , I am a founder and a writer of my own passion project, namely, ‘Coo-ing of a Nightingale’.
Coo-ing of a Nightingale is about the realness and the purity of life, about the things that are beyond materialism and worldly possessions, about the things that are usually go unnoticed and about some serious nostalgia.
I am on a journey to embrace little things in life and want to tell that our life has so much to be grateful for, that simply, how blessed we are. Despite the fact that we all get wrapped up in our grievances about life and take our life for granted, there is undoubtedly always something to be thankful for. Practice brings more gratitude in your life. Appreciate life before it had passed you by.
Welcoming you all to my little fraction of the internet where I talk about all the real and hard stuff we all go through.
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Furthermore, I’ve created a series on my blog in which I share the short stories woven by art. I often see myself in the art and illustrations and that is the only reason which inspires me to fabricate them into words and to tell how the character is feeling in that art. I’ve titled the series as “The Story Woven By Art”.
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