Reading is good, enjoyable and delicious
Making our thoughts and mind nutritious
Keeping us informed with facts and news
Providing knowledge, vision and views
A source of pleasure, thrill and recreation
Develops culture, literacy, helps in profession
Reading habit helps improving a good sense
All human qualities, patience and conscience
Writing is enjoyable and takes care
To highlight one's thought and share
With lots of people and many a facts
Which have bad and adverse impacts
Over the society and environment
Gets rectified towards betterment
Writing then becomes the literature
Benedictory and source of pleasure
Uma Prosad Das
May 6, 2011 at 1:41AM
miss joyce: Welcome, friend to Fan Story!
I was going over your portfolio
and see your contest entry
'Tsunami in Japan in March 2011'
I think, other than an extra syllable in the second line that
it was an excellent entry...
Be patient with yourself and
read and review to achieve a clear
understanding of the stipulations.
I joined a year and a half ago
and still continue to learn.
Enjoy it here and write, write, write!!!!!!!!!!!!
Uma Prosad Das: It is my pleasure to get in touch with you, my dear friend. when time permits you, please go through my poetry and enrich me with your assessment and review. With my heartiest thanks and warm regards
November 29, 2014 at 9:59PM
damodarboruah: I am in learning stage.Struggling to learn styles.Great like you I will further learn.Just guide.
One man's take on life told thru humorous short stories from his childhood on into his mid-50's; from feeling like an outcast in school to being an adult. His intent: hope. Hope in that you shall see, no matter how rough life can seem -and is- at times, that you may be able to enjoy it. Each story will bring a laugh, a smile, a tear, a lesson.
The 23rd Annual Book Awards said:
"We Really Need To Laugh" shares “memories which will resonate with many readers. Overall a creative presentation of the author’s life given in a rather sing-song poetic story telling style; a pleasant read"
Paige Swanson inherits her aunt's mansion and moves to Savannah, Georgia. There she meets Cash Wilkins, the architect hired to restore the home to its full glory, and Bradley, the resident ghost - a Confederate soldier killed in the Battle of Chickamauga.
Locals believe Civil War treasure's hidden in the mansion. Paige's new home becomes a target for thieves. Both Cash and Bradley vie to protect her. Who will succeed? Will Paige find an even greater treasure; romance with Cash?
This novel weaves a tale of romance, history, and ghostly mystery that keeps readers enthralled from the first page to the last.
In a world where everything is not as it seems, it can be deadly uncovering secrets that have been concealed within the shadows for years. Across the sand dunes and under the castle of The Flarein Royal Family, there lies an ancient city that once was the one of the largest trade centers in all of Trindavin; however, it is now nothing more than a dark place full of bloodthirsty bandits and gladiators. This dark secret kept from the world is only of the many the mysterious Royal Family of Flarein withhold. When everything breaks lose, the reality of life's cruelty and clarity challenges the growth of the young Princess Melainie. In the end, will she grow, or will she fall further into the dark abyss of the secrets shrouding her past, present, and future?