Power of Thoughts and Affirmations

The Universe is made completely of energies. Each and every molecule or atom are energies of different forms. Even the thoughts and feelings in our human mind are energies. These thoughts can be so powerful, that it can change our life the way we think or feel most of the time.

Positive Affirmation is the shifting of thoughts resulting from negative experiences or ideas to a more positive note. It relies on the principle that we can become successful if we tell ourselves ‘I can’ instead of saying ‘I cannot’.

Affirmations are inspirational, positive statements we say or think about ourself. Saying daily affirmations helps reprogram our negative self-talk so we can manifest more positive thinking, feeling and experiences in our lives.

In order to get the most benefit, we must use affirmations that are in the present tense. A statement in the present tense is regarded by experts to be more effective than a statement in future tense. The element of time is an important factor that can affect our behavior.

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Haiku Media

media, the press
means of communication
biases affects.

©Munni Banerjee

Space Musings

Born earthling with alien soul
space my home on parole
spaceships of dreams
sails extremes
hopping on moons or planets
riding on star studded gadgets
bathing in showers of meteors
gazing auroras which heals and cures..

-©Munni Banerjee


May 4th International Space Day

Laborious Ants

Queen ant sings aloud
Walk run find food be in line
‘Coz hard work pays off..

-©Munni Banerjee


Haiku is a major form of Japanese verse, written in 17 syllables divided into 3 lines of 5, 7, and 5 syllables, and employing highly evocative allusions and comparisons, often on the subject of nature or one of the seasons.

Melancholia Strikes Despondency

A man or a shark
Words with sharp teeth
Unaware of the mark
It murders underneath

Words with sharp teeth
No mercy on the heart
It murders underneath
Pricking piercing every part

No mercy on the heart
To strike the cord of love
Pricking piercing every part
Bruising the tender nerve

To strike the cord of love
Unaware of the mark
Bruising the tender nerve
A man or a shark.

-© Munni Banerjee


A Pantoum is a type of poem with a verse form consisting of three stanzas. It has a set pattern within the poem of repetitive lines.

The pattern in each stanza is where the second and fourth line of each verse is repeated as the first and third of the next. The pattern changes though for the last stanza to the first and third line are the second and fourth of the stanza above (penultimate). The last line is a repeat of the first starting line of the poem and the third line of the first is the second of the last.

National Poetry Writing Month 2018

Sunset

Raisin is the fruit so pure
sweetness in it even when dry
drop in a glass of fresh champagne
to bounce up down with continuance
soul of mine is so tender
bouncing in this universe
swallowing enlightenment
and juiced up with endurances
cheers of clink of glasses
no one can save but ourselves
once a grape, now raisins
changes shape with tenderness
accept
accept
love the sunset
clink the glass high up again
munching raisins full of sweetness..

#napowrimo18 #glopowrimo18

Apr 30, 2018

Prompt: write a poem that engages with a strange and fascinating fact. It could be an odd piece of history, an unusual bit of art trivia, or something just plain weird. While I cannot vouch for the actual accuracy of any of the facts presented at the links above (or any other facts you might use as inspiration!), I can tell you that there are definitely some poetic ideas here, just waiting for someone to use them.

75 Super Obscure Facts That Everyone Will Think You’re A Hilarious Genius For Knowing

[A raisin dropped in a glass of fresh champagne will bounce up and down continuously from the bottom of the glass to the top.]

National Poetry Writing Month 2018

[Prompt: write a poem that includes images that engage all five senses. Try to be as concrete and exact as possible with the “feel” of what the poem invites the reader to see, smell, touch, taste and hear.]

Don’t Bug Me

While am lost in thoughts you buzz, buzz and buzz!
flying all across oh! now that you sit
stagnant on my arms ouch! that sting you pierced
sucking up my blood dizziness in air
smells of repellants but you still prey me
crooked lonely bug ah! taradiddle
pungent chemicals itchy bug bites yet
nothing seems to work take a slap you bug
you just wrecked my nerves stop tasting my blood
saved by missed aims now hide in the garden..

#napowrimo18 #glopowrimo18 #iambicpentameter

Apr 26, 2018

National Poetry Writing Month 2018

Beats Of Vitality

ring rang ring
rang ring rang
ring rang ring
rang ring rang
the puppet man is sing-ing
liv-ing in the island
where kites are fly-ing
ships and boats float-ing
chopper wings
on its axis spinn-ing
droplets clut clut
snakes hissssssss
and when locusts whistle
grasshoppers and crickets
chipp-ing chirp-ing
sounds that are calm-ing
puppet man sleeps off
snorrrrrrr-ing snorrrrrrr-ing

#napowrimo18 #glopowrimo18

Apr 23, 2018