How Are These At Home? #5 The Chair.

The chair is a curious object in most of our houses. You might find the concept of this post silly, but trust me, the case is absolutely serious. Let's begin with a story. Once upon a time, there lived a little girl - the youngest one in a family of four. Their house had a …

Robert Frost!

I loved and still love reading stories. Listening to them too! I never enjoyed poems earlier.. but all that changed in the last few years after I fell in love with the most famous, talented and brilliant poets' works. I fell heads over heals in love with the amazing works of Emily Dickinson & Robert …

Just a sneak peek!

Okay.. so this isn't any quote post... Or a series post!!😜 Chill! When I was small, a little girl.. probably in my 4th or 5th grade, I used to go to some Fairs or Melas, with my father and end up our purchasing some books sold in offers at some pavellions. Oh they were amazing …

True Quotes #2

Rumi.... Have you ever heard of him? Jalāl ad-Dīn Muhammad Rūmī, also known as Jalāl ad-Dīn Muhammad Balkhī, Mevlânâ/Mawlānā ("our master")and more popularly simply as Rumi (30 September 1207 – 17 December 1273), was a 13th-century Persian poet, faqih, Islamic scholar, theologian, and Sufi mystic originally from Greater Khorasan. He was an amazing poet! Whose …

True Quotes! #1

Inspiration can be acquired from anywhere... It might be from a person, a thing, a sight, a conversation or sometimes even from a book or from its contents. Inspiration is not something you seek for, but is something that get to you even before you seek. My father said, "If you seek for inspiration, you …

Memories of 2018

In the Last few days in Kerala (India), the rain was so torrential. It has made the climate super cool and I wanted to go out so badly (now that's never possible when you have your parents around, especially mother, isn't it? We can somehow find a way to do all the mischievous acts when …

Thursday poetry competition, the results!

Never thought that I would be able to weave out a poem that could earn a prize..
I am so grateful to phoenix for igniting hope and confident in me… Thanks phoenix and Saania (you are an awesome judge)

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Last week we had a poetry competition and the topic was Galaxies. The contestants had to write a poem, their wished length and include something related to the topic.

We had a great blogger, you may know her, SaaniaSparkle judge! Her poetry is out of this world and kindly took the offer to become our judge! Do check out her blog and give her a follow!

So it was a tough competition, but finally, Saania has chosen a winner.

The WINNER:

Joy from Yellow Brick Ave!

This AMAAAZINNGG writer who impresses us with her captivating words and beautifully penned verses has been a brilliant follower of Penable for a while. It is a great honour to announce her as the winner and here is what she wrote….

Galaxies, Or Regarding Poor Prufrock

In a lush field upon our backs we lie
with our palms spread out flat against the sky,

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Wonderful indeed!

So a few days back, I shared with all of you guys, one intriguing piece of values blended with love and care and tremendous amount of knowledge! A letter written by Abraham Lincoln. Today I remember reading a small paragraph...from a very famous book called "THE KITE RUNNER". The book, as you all know is …