A Lesson From Each Other.

A Lesson From Each Other.

The Northern wind took the hands of summer and sung,
A song that reflected the feeling summer left,
In the heart and soul of every living being,
In the warmth and the leaving light I looked,
And dipped the quill into my own soul and wrote.

The colors left and the drizzles moved,
The clouds vaporized for sun to show a smiling face,
For many who saw life and the time given materially,
It’s just another day when you came, with warmth all around.

The sun spread his wild wide wings,
And pushed dawn and dusk for more daylight time,
Oh’ the warmth of the sun stood by and watched,
The warmth of love you left in my heart spread.

The light of the sun float around and kissed,
Every corner of your face and reflected into my soul.
The stars in the summer nights danced,
Leaving joy of love of each other in our hearts.

Now the Northern winds sing again and again,
An anthem of love we feel now and forever will feel,
As souls of ours together stands and wave goodbye,
To the warmth, golden twilight and longer days,
As we learned to confine in the love of each other.

No man’s woman –  Sinead O’Connor

The Loser’s Words.

Clips from September 24, 2008, Late Show with David Lettermanwhere he roasts, trashes, attacks, and mocks John McCain have forcanceling appearance and doing an interview with Katie Couric instead.

This is a picture I found in the RussiaToday T.V website.

Summer is over, but there are some more days before I will be fullyfunctional. The air started growing heavier and heavier. So it is thattime of the year when this poet opens his mind. So here we go to thefall and winter, when the trees of imagination of this poet blooms.

The Loser’s Words.

Once upon a time a silly thought in my mind I felt,
And then like a goldsmith that thought I melted,
Then like that precious metal the thought I molded.

Through days and nights, spring and fall,
Summer and winter, wandered and wandered,
Like a blind man in the middle of desert,
The thought melted and molded, again and again.

Drove through dark paths, fought through bad luck,
Time became transparent for that precious wonderful thought,
Beyond the veils of mind when feelings opened mind,
Oh’ reality blown up all the fallen leaves.

Silence loomed all around, though wind with a heavy hand punched,
The burning fires grew stronger, the ever watchful owl moaned,
Venomous serpents passed by with hunger and fear,
Oh’ life without the thought a nightmare become.

Not so far, yet not so near you are,
The brightest eyes I know sprouting the glow,
Of a wonderful soul I know and feel in every breath.
But every step I put forward swept you further and further.

Now no more I can move as too far you are,
And the ways, too cumbersome to crawl,
Though I fell losing all hopes I know,
One day time into your soul will whisper,
The words of love I kept in my mind to tell.

Scattered Ruins

Thespace shuttle Atlantis (foreground) sits on Launch Pad A and the spaceshuttle Endeavour on Launch Pad B (above) at the Kennedy Space Centerin Cape Canaveral, Florida September 20, 2008. For the first time sinceJuly 2001, two shuttles are on the launch pads at the same time. REUTERS/Nasa/handout

ScatteredRuins, the poem takes its name from the last line. The subject of thepoem is something I thought of not writing for a long long time. But Iwrote. Read the intro of the last poem I posted, you will know what Imean. If still in doubt ask me.

Scattered Ruins

The wind move the sands on the shore,
As slowly picked up a little shovel found,
Dug deep to find wet sand and with it built,
A little castle from impressions in mind,
Impressions left when a dream I saw,
A dream seen bit by bit everyday,
And years of passion filled love it gave,
Oh what a wonderful structure the castle took.

Poured along are the colors, the grassy meadows,
The fields of scent giving blossoms,
All filled around a castle that kept the feelings,
Feeling of a life time of love and love beyond life.

The waves stronger and stronger crashed,
With the wind from the East blowing,
And silence deep in the waves buried,
As the sea to every mind spoke,
None knows what the meaning of every bubble blown,
And none knows the wrath with which she broke,
Every sandcastle built by innocent hearts,
And at them, dead fish and rotten algae she threw,
As if to show her dislikes, from the darkest depths,
Maybe to say a sandcastle was built to break,
As nothing can bind it all together.

As in meditative walks with every ounce of energy tries,
To forget, to forgive oneself and to live in empty shell,
Every time I close my eyes I see,
The scattered ruins of a castle washing away.

Weekend Images

Hundredsof thousands of Muslims circle the Kaaba inside the Grand Mosque duringnight prayers in the Muslim month of Ramadan in Mecca September 19,2008.  REUTERS/Handout

Palestinianswait to cross the Qalandiya checkpoint outside the West Bank city ofRamallah September 19, 2008, as they try to reach the al-Aqsa mosque inJerusalem on the third Friday of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan.Muslims around the world abstain from eating, drinking and sexualrelation from sunrise to sunset during Ramadan, the holiest month inthe Islamic calendar.  REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis

KashmiriMuslim protesters shout pro-freedom slogans during an anti-Indiaprotest in Srinagar September 19, 2008. Thousands of Muslimsdemonstrators shouting anti-India slogans took to streets in Kashmir’smain city on Friday and resumed protests against New Delhi’s rule inthe disputed region.  REUTERS/Fayaz Kabli

Astanarider Alberto Contador waits before the start of the 19th stage of theTour of Spain “La Vuelta” cycling race between Las Rozas and Segovia,September 19, 2008.  REUTERS/Felix Ordonez

GermanBundeswehr army soldiers of the International Security Assistance Force(ISAF) and Afghan National army soldiers take position during a jointpatrol in the outskirts of Feyzabad, north of Kabul, September 19,2008.  REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch

Securitystaff keep order as families with children who are undergoing medicalchecks for possible kidney stones wait their turn at a hospital inChongqing municipality September 19, 2008. China ordered widespreadchecks on dairy products and a recall of tainted items as a milkscandal that began with powdered baby formula spread to liquid milk andsparked an outcry from China’s trading partners. Picture takenSeptember 19, 2008.  
REUTERS/Stringer Shanghai

Villagersgather for a dip in hot waste of a sugar factory in Bantul, YogyakartaSeptember 19, 2008. The villagers believe that the hot waste possessespower to treat illnesses, a villager said on Friday.  REUTERS/Stringer Indonesia

Awoman reacts as she meets Democratic presidential nominee SenatorBarack Obama (D-IL) during a rally at the University of Miami, CoralGables, Florida September 19, 2008.  REUTERS/Carlos Barria

U.S.Ryder Cup team member J.B. Holmes takes practice swings before makinghis shot on the 18th green during four-ball play in the 37th Ryder CupChampionship at Valhalla Golf Club in Louisville, Kentucky September19, 2008.  REUTERS/Jeff Haynes

ParisHilton poses for photographers during the European launch of hercollection “Paris Hilton Clothing Line” in downtown Milan September 19,2008.  REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo

Last But Not Least, Well I Wonder Why This Guy Decided To Wear One Sock…

Anaked protestor signals to police during a demonstration by politicalactivists in Malmo September 19, 2008. The demonstration coincided withthe European Social Forum which is being held here this week. REUTERS/Bob Strong

A Roller Coaster Week

For many people the week that went by gave nightmares for many others it just took them for a roller coaster ride, then there are those who were no where near the amusement park. I hope you know what I mean. Here are some images that the week left for us to remember in laughs, tears, anger, smiles and disappointment.

Trader Theodore Weisberg smiles ashe works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, Thursday, Sept.18, 2008. Wall Street rallied in a stunning late-session turnaroundThursday, shooting higher and hurtling the Dow Jones industrials up410.03, or 3.86 percent following a report that the federal governmentmay create an entity that will take over banks’ bad debt.(AP Photo/Richard Drew)

This fish was among those caughtin a fence by flood waters brought by Hurricane Ike in West Orange,Texas, Tuesday, Sept. 16, 2008.(AP Photo/Eric Gay)

Dancing with leaves : Dancersperform as leaves drop down into the National Stadium, better known asthe Bird’s Nest, at the closing ceremony of the 2008 Beijing ParalympicGames in Beijing.(AFP/Stringer)

An Okapi in the Virunga NationalPark in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The okapi, an African animalso elusive that it was once believed to be a mythical unicorn, has beenphotographed in the wild for the first time, the Zoological Society ofLondon (ZSL) said Thursday.(AFP/HO/Zoological Society Of London)

In this three picture combo,played out on the front walk of an Amish family in Middlefield, Ohio,Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2008, a black cat approaches a resting dog, andthen makes herself quite comfortable with her new-found friend. Familymembers, who preferred not to share their names, said that the dogbelonged to a neighbor, and the feline was one of their many barn cats.(AP Photo/Amy Sancetta)

In this Aug. 12, 2008 file photo,a shopper looks at clothing at a store at a mall in San Jose, Calif.This week’s financial meltdown — from the Chapter 11 bankruptcy filingof Lehman Brothers to the government bailout of one of the world’slargest insurers American International Group Inc. — is furtherrattling Americans just as the retail industry prepares for thecritical holiday season that was already expected to be the weakest inalmost two decades.(AP Photo/Paul Sakuma, file)

CAPTION CORRECTION CHANGINGIDENTIFICATION OF WOMAN TO UNIDENTIFIED – An unidentified woman whosaid she is a Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc employee writes a message ona portrait of Lehman Brothers Chief Executive Dick Fuld in New YorkSeptember 15, 2008. Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc filed for bankruptcyafter trying to finance too many risky assets with too little capital,becoming the largest and highest-profile casualty of the global creditcrisis. Based on assets, Lehman far surpassed WorldCom as the largestU.S. bankruptcy ever. Lehman had assets of $639 billion at the end ofMay, while WorldCom had $107 billion when it filed for bankruptcyprotection in 2002. REUTERS/Joshua Lott

Children play with a sign of Lehman Brothers Holdings at the company’s branch in Tokyo September 16, 2008.(Toru Hanai/Reuters)

A trader relaxes on after the closing bell on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, September 18, 2008. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid

Traders update prices on the board at Iraq Stock Exchange in Baghdad September 18, 2008.  REUTERS/Ceerwan Aziz

People wait to cross a flooded road at Majethi village, west of the western Indian city of Ahmedabad, September 18, 2008. REUTERS/Stringer/india

A full moon rises beside a telecommunication towerduring the fasting month of Ramadan in Tehran September 15, 2008. YouWitness News/Nima AliBeiglou

Performers take part in the “Faces of tigers” streetdance in Thrissur District, Kerala, India September 15, 2008. YouWitness News/Paraly Rajesh

Smokerises from the area around the U.S. embassy in Sanaa September 17,2008. A car bomb set off a series of explosions outside the heavilyfortified U.S. embassy in Yemen on Wednesday and a Yemeni securitysource said at least 16 people, including six attackers, were killed.
REUTERS/S Morris via You Witness

Not Yet

The poet never lies during Ramadan. Daytime fasting,nighttime praying, life is going well these days and I have no complaints aboutit at all. Well as I cannot tell a lie or write a lie or look at women in a badway most of my usual entertainments are out. Hehehe… Yes, this one month noentertainments. So I posted some picture blogs. Lot ofpeople viewed it and left, some left comments. Well I did not sleep last night,so, as sleep is consuming my mind, I told myself, I must write, write somethingfrom my life. Something that is real in all its content. Nothing fabricated in the mind based on real events. So I took an event from my own life that happened at about nineand half years back. It took about 18 minutes for me to write this into thecomputer. So let me know if any corrections can be made. Poets who writepoetry, poets who wrote poetry and abandoned it, poets who are thinking ofwriting poetry… come on tell if I am wrong. If I did a great job with a sleepymind…. Then I must be sleepy all the time hehehe



Not Yet

The morning commutes made life dizzy,
Everyday ate brownies and drank sweet tea,
In the traffic that moved slow and kept us all hostages,
And time took a leap and made one feel,
Watches are running faster than normal.

Late the day started as beautiful dreams made me,
Throw the alarm radio under the bed,
All the time the lazy bones took to dress up and start
On the highway slow moving traffic I expected,
But late I am and none was there to keep me slow.

Put on my favorite songs and upon the pedal I stood,
Sixty I saw in seconds, eighty I saw in minutes,
Never felt the speed as along a song I sang and rocked,
Not knowing what went behind me on that Indiana highway.

On the left most lane I paced and suddenly noticed,
A white car coming in the next lane and getting into lane,
Looked at the mirror and saw a sixteen wheeler closing by,
Microseconds passed as a decision I made.

Take the car out of the road onto the shoulder,
I turned the wheel but the white car was too close,
And to avoid a crash instinct made me brake.

My car to the shoulder turned but never stopped,
Took a turn to the left and turning I saw,
The side of the huge truck passing by,
Lost all control of the car as it turned and turned,
Another pick up truck I saw passing by and I missed,
The fourth turn took me close to another car,
On the rightmost lane but I missed her too,
And out on the right shoulder it reached and my car stopped.

Three times in a matter of seconds I saw death in front,
Breathless I sat in the car for many, many minutes,
Then when I started the car to get back to the road,
Then somewhere in my mind I heard, “Not Yet”

Another Day That Left Impressions

ChristopherCox walks where he used to live in before Hurricane Ike destroyed histrailer in Galveston, Texas September 15, 2008.  REUTERS/Carlos Barria

Members of a medical team rest at the Ball High School after Hurricane Ike in Galveston, Texas September 15, 2008.  REUTERS/Carlos Barria

Avillager uses a net to catch a chicken thrown by Hindu worshippersduring the Kasada festival at Mount Bromo in Indonesia’s East Javaprovince September 15, 2008.  REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas

Paramilitary policemen run with a child as Typhoon Sinlaku hits a levee in Taizhou, Zhejiang province, September 15, 2008.  REUTERS/China Daily

Aperformer, who said he was working on a film and photo project, wears amat of straw in front of a sign of Lehman Brothers Holdings at thecompany’s office in Tokyo September 16, 2008. Straw mats aretraditionally used to wrap corpses or as bedding for homeless people inJapan.  REUTERS/Toru Hanai

Residents stand outside the 14th of Ramadan Sunni mosque during a sandstorm in Baghdad September 15, 2008.  REUTERS/Kareem Raheem

Womenjostle among a crowd seeking a charity handout in Pasuruan, Indonesia’sEast Java province September 15, 2008. Twenty one people were killedand scores more hurt when a crowd stampeded in Indonesia after about10,000 people queued for a charity handout to mark the Muslim fastingmonth, the state news agency said on Monday.  REUTERS/Stringer

Alaborer works at Changning Steel and Iron Factory in Changzhi, Shanxiprovince September 15, 2008. Weakening steel demand in China, theworld’s biggest maker, has raised doubts about when — or if — Beijingwill scrap export rebates to hold down domestic prices, a move thatcould support falling global spot prices.  REUTERS/Stringer

An investor held his prayer beads as he followedthe stock market activity at the Dubai Financial Market. Globalequities tumbled for a second day running today as anxious investorswaited to see if American International Group would suffer the samefate as the bankrupt investment bank Lehman Brothers. Photo: Marwan Naamani/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images

Israeli soldiers stopped a Palestinian youth asthey patrolled near the Jewish settlements of Beit Romano and AbrahamAvino in the occupied West Bank city of Hebron. The main party inIsrael’s governing coalition will choose a new leader on Wednesday, andpolls indicate that the winner will likely be Foreign Minister TzipiLivni, who says her goal is to form a new government without generalelections and charge ahead on peace talks with the Palestinians. Photo: Hazem Bader/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images

A Colorado boy showed his support for SenatorBarack Obama, as the Democratic presidential nominee spoke at theColorado School of Mines in Golden, Co. Photo: Damon Winter/The New York Times

Visitors watched elephants bathe in an indoor pool at a zoo in Leipzig, Germany. Photo: Eckehard Schulz/Associated Press

A City of Desolate Mothers

I believe many of you have seen on T.V what is happening in the country of Georgia in Eastern Europe. I have heard the western T.Vs, Radio stations and News Papers saying the Russians are going back to their imperial past. I know a lot of Russians the modern day Russians are really friendly people and I couldn’t believe that they will support any Russian administration to go back to their dark communist/soviet past. As where I live I get almost all channels from Eastern Europe through Dish Antennas, I saw the following program on Russia Today. Watch this carefully and pay very close attention to the details. You can see the other side of the whole conflict. It will clearly tell you why the Russians behaved so aggressively at the Georgians. Keep in mind war is ugly and some part of this following video is graphic in nature. Viewers discretion is advised. If you want to reload the video just reload the page for some reason the controls on the Video is not showing up.

ACity of Desolate Mothers

RT correspondent Oksana Boyko investigates the aftermath of the conflict in South Ossetia. She produced this in-depth report into the mothers who are grieving the loss of their children during the war.

The Sleeping Poet

Nothing to say, Nothing to write, Nothing to show…

mmmmm maybe myself to show

This picture was taken couple of months back when waiting for a call I fell asleep and my brother took the picture.

The Last One

Who will be the last one to enter heaven? Now here is something to think about….

Every sinner should pay a price and God always keep tabs of things done, the good, the bad and the evil things humans do. After the day of judgment many go directly to heaven, many go to hell forever, then there are those who did good but did many sins too, they will go to hell first to face punishment for the sins they did and once they finish the punishment they will be taken to heaven. What about the last one to exit hell? Well for that person will pray and pray to God even when he is in hell to help him. Eventually God will tell him, “Okay, I will get you out of here, but don’t ask for more” God gets him out of hell but asks the angels to leave him right outside of it. The place right outside of hell is not so great, because of  the brutal heat and dirty things happening in hell, the surroundings are pretty nasty. The last one is not satisfied with this at all as the last one notice, far away it is visible there is greenery but none can’t reach that place. The last one will start praying again to God and after long long prayers God ask him “Now what?” The last one says, “Just get me to that green place, here it is not much better than hell”. God says “Sure, but don’t ask for more” God commands angels to get this person to the greenery, which is the outside part of heaven. Still the last one is not fully satisfied as from there one can get a feeling of the heaven, but can’t reach heaven at all. The curious last person to exit hell want to know what it is like in heaven but no way can reach heaven. The last person again starts long long prayers… after a long time God will ask “I told you not to ask for more and here you are with hands stretched at me, tell me what do you want? The last one says, I want to just go and sit at the those magnificent gates that’s all, God grants the wish and the last one now sits just outside the Gates of heaven. Sitting there the last one can hear all that is going on in heaven but the last one is not at all satisfied. So the prayers starts again and God asks him, What now? “I just want to know how it is there just want to go into heaven see things there and then get me out of there and bring me back here” God says “Okay, that is reasonable” God tell Angels to let this person and show the first part of heaven. After seeing everything the person was brought back to the gate. Then the person tells God I have one last request, can I just sit here right inside the gate? God says ” Sure” but this time the person was fully satisfied and sits there with a heart filled with joy. Then God says as you are satisfied now here is an offer what about every luxury that was on earth with all happiness on earth with no pain or sadness forever. The person says with a heart filled with thankfulness “Thank God, I am all thankful to you” Then God says, as for the thankfulness, multiply what I offered by ten.
  Thats what the last person to enter heaven gets. Now imagine the ones that goes before that last person. But what one should get from this, first of one should be satisfied with what one gets, then one should be thankful for what one got. These two will get one more than what one wishes for.

Here are some images.

Avisitor looks at pictures from the artwork ‘Heads Up’ by Australianartist Craig Walsh at the Contemporary Art Museum (CAM) in SydneySeptember 12, 2008. Heads Up features 17 portraits printed in purepigment on archival paper and will be in Sydney’s CAM until October 19. 
REUTERS/© Daniel Munoz / Reuters

McLarenFormula One driver Lewis Hamilton of Great Britain looks on inside hisbox during the first free practice session of the Italian F1 Grand Prixrace at the Monza racetrack in Monza, near Milan, September 12, 2008.The Italian F1 Grand Prix race will be held in Monza on Sunday.  
REUTERS/© Alessandro Bianchi / Reuters

Darkclouds are seen above a refinery as Hurricane Ike approaches the Gulfof Mexico near Houston, Texas September 12, 2008. Massive Hurricane Ikebore down on the Texas coast on Friday, driving a wall of water intoseaside communities and threatening catastrophic damage.  
REUTERS/© Carlos Barria / Reuters

Pigeons fly at the Murillo public square in front of the Palacio Quemado Goverment Palace in La Paz September 12, 2008. REUTERS/© Ivan Alvarado / Reuters

Palestinianwomen sit near the controversial Israeli barrier at the Qalandiyacheckpoint outside the West Bank city of Ramallah, September 12, 2008,as they try to reach the al-Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem on the secondFriday of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan. Muslims around the worldabstain from eating, drinking and sexual relation from sunrise tosunset during Ramadan, the holiest month in the Islamic calendar. REUTERS/© Yannis Behrakis / Reuters

Palestinianwomen pray inside the Dome of the Rock in the compound known to Muslimsas al-Haram al-Sharif, and to Jews as Temple Mount, on the secondFriday of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan in Jerusalem’s Old CitySeptember 12, 2008. Muslims around the world abstain from eating,drinking and sexual relation from sunrise to sunset during Ramadan, theholiest month in the Islamic calendar.  REUTERS/© Ammar Awad / Reuters

Youthstake part in a midnight candlelight march between the Notre DameCathedral and the Invalides in Paris late September 12, 2008. Thefollowers will gather at the Invalides where Pope Benedict XVI willcelebrate an open-air mass on Saturday, the second day of his four-dayvisit to France.  
REUTERS/© Gonzalo Fuentes / Reuters

Awoman carrying a baby on her back rides on a motorbike with a NorthKorean soldier along the banks of the Yalu River near the North Koreantown of Qing Cheng, located around 50km (31 miles) north of the Chineseborder city of Dandong, September 12, 2008. North Korean leader KimJong-il is on the mend from an apparent stroke, a South Korean lawmakersaid on Thursday, with no signs he has lost his grip over a countrythat possibly has nuclear weapons. Kim, 66, has led communist NorthKorea for 14 years, under which the reclusive country has seen itanaemic economy shrink, its ballistic missile arsenal swell and U.N.sanctions imposed due to its nuclear program and first atomic test twoyears ago. REUTERS/© David Gray / Reuters

RobertShumake holds an American flag as high swells caused by Hurricane Ikebreak behind him in Galveston, Texas September 12, 2008. Hundreds ofthousands of people fled coastal areas in the path of Hurricane Ike onThursday as the storm gathered strength on a collision course with theTexas Gulf Coast, threatening to swamp populous areas around Houstonunder a massive wave of water. REUTERS/© Jessica Rinaldi / Reuters

Enjoy the weekend night and Sunday everyone.

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