I want to give you little birds
to wake you sweetly
just before the morn.
The flicker of their wings
upon your silky lips,
brush sleep away and
bathe you, in my drowsy warmth.
I want to give you little birds
to wake you slowly
with a breathless sigh.
The soft gentle hum
of recognition! Tender calm.
Are you awake my Love,
will you rejoin their cry?
I want to give you little… Continue
Added by Roberta Heaslip-Evans on August 30, 2009 at 9:01am —
47 things we haven't done yet!
Hold hands in the rain
Walk barefoot on the beach
Roast big plump marshmallows
Share a sleeping bag
Feel our ears pop on take-off
Kiss in the shower
Make snow angels
Buy a couch
Go for a bike ride
Finish each other's sentences
Be slow to anger
Share spaghetti, from the same bowl
Walk our dogs
Curl up together in the glow of a crackling… Continue
Added by Roberta Heaslip-Evans on August 28, 2009 at 9:00am —
Jesus Christ our Savior-Was He a scientist?
Many people across the globe continue to ask themselves about the nature of Jesus Christ, the son of God and what made Him popular across the world in the 33 years that He lived here on planet earth. Was He a political leader, a magician, a sociologist or a scientist? This article examines the nature of Jesus Christ in relation to science.
Up to today many are puzzled about the birth of Jesus Christ by the Virgin Mary who slept… Continue
Added by Tumwesigye Wycliffe on August 28, 2009 at 8:07am —
I am completely new to freelance writing and would love to hear your personal experiences, advice and helpful tidbits. I want to give this thing a real go so please, no sugar coating : )
Added by Therese Marlea DeVigili on August 27, 2009 at 12:22pm —
A couple of posts ago I wrote about a book I'd written that turned up on the Google Book project just as I was finishing a major re-write in hopes of publishing it in a more traditional fashion (When Is a Book Not a Book?)
Agent Jessica Faust of BookEnds, LLC -- A Literary Agency
expressed concern that I was focusing on… Continue
Added by Robin Minnick on August 18, 2009 at 7:00pm —
Words are symbols. Each symbol carrying a specific meaning. You can unite them together and try to express some idea or emotion, but you're limited by the tools available. String a series of symbols together and you create a larger symbol for a broader vision or insight. But there is still the underlying thought not fully expressed.
Physicists and scientists talk about how hard it is to describe, or create a model of, objects on the sub-atomic level, where everything is probability.… Continue
Added by Michael Smyth on August 17, 2009 at 7:00am —
I am currently looking for volunteers for a non-profit organization. Please email me your resume at firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com if you are interested. The volunteers are needed in below areas:
- web designers
To learn about the organization, please view the below… Continue
Added by Manjit Kaur on August 13, 2009 at 2:53pm —
One may wonder how the moth has survived for close to 400 million years when they seem at such a disadvantage. How could a creature make it through all the ages if it seems compelled to fly into eminent danger?
Many insects use celestial objects to navigate. It's called transverse orientation. They maintain an angular relationship with a single point of reference, perhaps the moon, or a bright star, and this allows them to fly in a straight path. Since these objects are so far away… Continue
Added by Michael Smyth on August 9, 2009 at 6:30am —
EMPOWERMENT OF WOMEN THROUGH THE CHARACTER OF ROSIE IN R.K. NARAYAN`S`THE GUIDE` by dr. ram sharma
Empowerment of Women through the character of Rosie in R.K. Narayan's 'The Guide' By Dr. Ram Sharma lecturer in English J.V. (P.G.) college, Baraut, Baghpat (U.P.) The theme of empowerment of women and concern for their amelioration for the first time became a social issue in the early twentieth century .It shaped the creative consciousness of all the Indian… Continue
Added by DR.RAM SHARMA on August 8, 2009 at 12:35pm —
Emergence of Feminist Perspective in Recent Indian-English Woman Poets
Dr. Ram Sharma
Department of English
Janta Vedic College, Baraut
BAGHPAT (U.P.) – 250611
Indian women poets writing in English from Toru Dutt to Kamla Das and from Sarojini Naidu to Suniti Namjoshi reveal the mind-boggling variety of theme as well as style that poetry is capable of offering. In the last fifty years absorbing a variety of influences, dealing… Continue
Added by DR.RAM SHARMA on August 8, 2009 at 12:34pm —
SOCIAL HISTORY AND REALITY IN THE NOVELS OF BHABHANI BHATTACHARYA
BY DR. RAM SHARMA, SENIOR LECTURER IN ENGLISH, J.V.P.G COLLEGE, BARAUT, BAGHPAT, U.P.
Bhattacharya deals with social history and reality in his novels, the Bengal famine and the ill effects of the Bengal famine, the impact of the world was 11, caste-system. untouchability and other social evils. The background of his writings is the historical events and he divides into two parts — pre-independence or from world was II… Continue
Added by DR.RAM SHARMA on August 8, 2009 at 12:32pm —
QUEST FOR SELF IN KAMLA DAS` OLD PLAY HOUSE AND OTHER POEMS AND TONITE THIS SAVAGE RITE
Kamla Das is once again occupied with herself. Her quest for a fulfilling relationship brings a loi of pain and disenchantment. She complains against her men's incapability to offer anything but lust. These volumes reflect the poet's growing interest in the spiritual and the mythical longings.
Karnla Das in her poem 'The Old Play House' looks into the nature of lust and disillusionment. In this… Continue
Added by DR.RAM SHARMA on August 8, 2009 at 12:30pm —
I've just completed a project that may help many writers with their pre-writing activities such as character and plot development. I don't mean to advertise, but I did want to let everyone know about it. And about the 25% off pre-orders before 9/10/09.
THE WRITER'S WORKBOOK by DJ Alling
The Writer's Workbook is not just another "how to" book.
The Writer's Workbook is a "do" book. Author, DJ Alling hasn't written a… Continue
Added by DJ Alling on August 6, 2009 at 5:26pm —
When you first look at a career in writing there's excitement and wonder that anyone would want to pay you for what you have to say. The first time you see your work published instills a feeling much like those winning the lottery must feel. Recieving a check only confirms you have what it takes to start on the journey down the road of the writer. But why would anyone want to make a living as a writer when the journey can be so unpredictable?
Competition in the… Continue
Added by Darlene Cain on August 3, 2009 at 8:03am —