Comments Posted By Shweta

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circles

I keep going round and round in circles — in my thoughts, in my words, in my actions.
It’s as if I do not want to exit it despite feeling like escaping.

» Posted By Shweta On 01.06.2018 @ 10:56 pm

underground

It wasn’t beneath the sky, but beneath the earth where it all started. Boiling hot, with a temperament of a dragon, it was waiting to burst open to the skies. But when it was time, the lava found itself spreading loosely on the earth’s crust, as if someone had woken up a sleepy child to let loose in middle of unknown space.

» Posted By Shweta On 10.15.2016 @ 6:25 am

thermometer

Thermometers… I wish there were some to check temperatures of human temper. It is so difficult to guess and behave with the moods of authorities. Although one decides to behave as per their own wish, somehow it is not possible in this structural world.

» Posted By shweta On 07.01.2016 @ 4:25 am

revised

when we have to do some changes in our previous work then we revised our work. We don’t print the whole document again we just do some changes in it i.e revised.As in colleges revised date sheet,result, timetable must come.Revised is basically to improve the mistakes which was done before in previous document or list.Nowadays,movies are revised by making sequels of it.They just do some changes in it,but the description remains same.They have the same stories but they present it in a different way.

» Posted By Shweta On 10.20.2015 @ 11:50 pm

diverse

Diverse..a word used to describe a number of things or situations. Countries, culture, people, communities…anything really. It can even apply to a wardrobe.There’s one incident which is brought to mind when I hear this word.
A friend of mine recently visited a village and spent a week there. Upon returning to the city, she said, “You wouldn’t believe it, but they’ve got more diversity in that tiny village than we have at the town!” And she was right. The village had nearly 6 sects of communities and 3 groups of people of different religions living together peacefully in nearly 30 different types of houses. The cities, on the other hand, have monotonous buildings which are supposed to depict the cosmopolitan world we live in.

» Posted By Shweta On 04.02.2015 @ 9:01 am

crib

Crib reminds me of Christmas! Ah, young ones as well as elders look forward to set up one with sincere eagerness!

» Posted By Shweta On 09.29.2013 @ 8:33 am

bricks

I believe that bricks are more than just tangible objects. They are a representation of foundation. Foundation is the people in your life, whether it be friends or family and these people can be compared to bricks because there are several, but some aren’t as bright or strong as the others.

» Posted By Shweta On 03.22.2013 @ 2:47 pm

soil

the serene smell when the rain drops soak in, the moist touch which freshens your feet, but the same dust that causes tornadoes in front of your eyes, and can destroy your years of dreams in a second.

» Posted By Shweta On 12.29.2012 @ 6:33 am

arts

they’re simply awesome. I studied that in my junior college. many people interpret arts for many things- it could be music, dance, painting, work, or subjects related to the society like literature, sociology, political science. Maybe arts is a science of the artistic side of our brain. Interesting isn’t it? It’s funny how the Indian society finds ‘arts’ as a lame subject compared to science and commerce.

» Posted By Shweta On 11.14.2012 @ 2:29 am

patrol

checking for and roaming in a particular area for security and supervision.generally done by police

» Posted By shweta On 07.19.2012 @ 11:53 am

act of walking and travelling around an area.eg. police used to patrol the area very frequently.the patrolling word is generally used in pretext of police walking around a locality for security and checking for non social elements

» Posted By SHWETA On 07.19.2012 @ 11:19 am

soups

meet and interact
challenging with physical as well as mental activities

» Posted By shweta On 06.26.2012 @ 6:39 am

domestic

domestic means something kept at home . like a domestic animal or sometimes as a joke a domestic husband , that is a stay at home husband . domestic may not especially mean trained it means at home , it may just mean a naughty dog running around instead of listening to your commands that is trained.

» Posted By shweta On 05.20.2011 @ 10:40 pm

robot

I feel like a robot. But then I think I won’t feel if I were one. I wont even know if I were one. I am not, and cannot be a robot.

» Posted By Shweta On 04.19.2011 @ 8:32 pm

spider

Spiders fascinate me. They’re remarkably intricate. And elegant. As is always symmetry. And the webs they weave? They are beautiful.

» Posted By Shweta On 01.20.2011 @ 6:46 am

charge

Take charge. Of thing, of life. Don’t let things just be, you know? We have the power to change most things; either we just don’t realise that, or we don’t want something badly enough.

Taking responsibility for our own life is so hard. That means we’re responsible if we screw it up. Don’t be scared. Just do it. Take charge.

» Posted By Shweta On 05.07.2009 @ 7:15 am

deadline

I love the time deadlines make as they go whooshing past is what Douglas Adams said about them. I have always liked working to dealines though. Though the finality of the word is slightly chilling. Its almost like one might drop dead if we dont comply.

» Posted By shweta On 05.22.2008 @ 4:37 am

cupcake

i love cup cakes … i wish someone cld give me the reciepe for thm indeed much better just make them for me …. the ones which u get without doing much effort are the best ones ….. n i would love lot of nuts in mycup cakes…

btw does anyone knw wht all

» Posted By shweta On 06.30.2008 @ 1:39 am

ship

I love ships. Just the thought of the open sea all around me, makes me feel humble, but blessed. it makes everything else seem so small…
But I may not be able to enjoy the blessed feeling so much.. I am really sea sick

» Posted By shweta On 01.04.2010 @ 6:36 am

letters

alphabet

» Posted By shweta On 03.03.2010 @ 7:35 pm

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