Samina

India

Common girl with uncommon dreams.
Perspiration always turns to perfection :-)
DJ
Youtuber
Capricorn
Yoga enthusiast
Hopeless Romantic
Dreamer

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“Life isn't about waiting for the storm to pass. It's about learning how to dance in the rain.”

Samina (India) liked :) <3 (half an) adios to u <3 :) by poetri (United States)

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Samina (India) published:

but what if I fell in love with a poet?

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But what if I fall in love with a poet?
Poet and poetess
Isn't it a dangerous couple
If he brings stars for me
Then shall I get the ocean for him?
Isn't poetry crazy.
If he personifies my voice as honey
I will compare his voice to the pitter-patter of rain,
Soothing/cooling

We both will write with our inks flowing from nerve
And threads from his poetic heart connects mine.
He writes about my smooth silky hair,
He uses...
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about 5 hours ago

Samina (India) liked The Unknown by MOON_star (India)

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Samina (India) liked Writing streak challenge: week 4, day 1 by MOON_star (India)

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Samina (India) published:

Why I can't forget you PART 15

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LAST PART:
“Just dance with me, eat with me…. Anything” Dan replied casually.
I started off with my rant. “First of all, you lied to me. I am hurt. You could have told me before. I felt so awkward. I am ready to pretend but I am very upset with you.” I scolded him for a minute.
“I am sorry. Maybe we can go and have pani-puri. I hope it will work. I would have told you before but how...

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about 10 hours ago

Samina (India) liked I am more by Sanjana Sunilkumar (India)

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Samina (India) liked Azure Ocean by Jasmine khawar (India)

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Samina (India) started following Jasmine khawar (India)

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Unknown Anticipation

PROMPT: Flash Fiction Competition 2020

I hurried to the hospital. My footsteps got heavier. I heard her wailing for me, echoing in my heart. 
Assuming and accepting the harsh truth I pushed the door. 
My body went numb. Heart took a pause from pumping.
I observed her.
Instantly I pressed her hand. 
She cried, “Dad.”
The curve dropped--- flat.

Her last word before she entered a new world. 
A world where she is free and free.

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about 22 hours ago