Quiet Encouragements
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ritikaJust a thinker, bleeding ink into rhythm
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When you think their is no one to hold you, take a look around yourself again.

Quiet Encouragements

by Ritika Insta:ehsans_err1585

Those were dark days

She was sitting under me alone

Her head was down. I couldn't see anything but

But her hairs. Sobers.

I could hear those Sobers. She was trying her best to control.

But no relief. No hands to hold her tight.

I was helpless. Just trying to light more bright.

I hope she understood my message

As when she got up,

She leaned a little And looked above.

Then she gave that big smile!

I was alone on that Street. But that night, I lit more brighter than every night.

That was really very silent dark night.

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@erofaer oh! You will make me fly in the heavens! 😂😂 Thank you thank you soi much ! 😇😇

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Honey give me a while and I'll get through all your poems because you have an amazing mind, can't wait to read more you write! You've got skills, keep it up.

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@bernardtwindwil Such a poetic comment! Wow!😍 I'm feeling all angels and heavens! 👼 Thank you. Thank you soo much! 😇😇

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This had some beautiful sentiments. It was a tale well told because you were able to evoke the images of which you spoke. Great job!!