Love is an emotion which plays a vital role in our life. It is needed by living beings for a meaningful life. It can be expressed in various forms. We experience our first love from our parents and our near ones. Then, as we are old enough to go to schools, we get love from our friends and sometimes choose friends for life and make them part of life.
How can someone love a person so much?
This is what she asks when I talk to her while strolling around a hutch
That was the question for me to answer
As that person was me who loved her as such
I have no exact words for her to tell what she means to me
Sleepless nights filled with pain and suffering that my heart goes through in your remembrance have become regular now. My heart itches for the warmth, you once gave it. I never thought that one day I would have to take the help of a pen to spill out the sufferings of my heart.
Father is a constant source of inspiration who teaches to lead, respect others and always stand up for oneself. And there is a precious bond between a father and his child. Father’s Day is one special occasion to celebrate his loving presence. Here are some individuals who have followed in their father’s footsteps:
Love—a concept that is often thought of as something grand and life-changing. But what most of us overlook is how that grand and life-changing love often arrives in the form subtle gestures and soft-spoken words, say most of the people The Week spoke to.
It’s February—month of love—meant to be for couples. And what better ways one can express their union and togetherness, than showcasing their feelings and thoughts in the form of art. With this in mind and to celebrate their anniversary of conjugal life, artist Sabita Dangol and Ishan Pariyar organized a joint painting and drawing exhibition ‘Affinity’.
As I often miss you, there is no other way than to visit your profile
Although going to your profile may not notify you about my love
but your heart might have been notified by my heart
I rarely react to your photos
But when you post a photo, I will be the happiest.
That's what I do
keep on remembering you
through the whole day and all night long
and my heart beats faster and faster
as there's your recall everywhere
Oh! sweet love,
do you remember?
Like a freshly arrived spring after a gloomy cold winter,
Like a newly made tune after a ruckus of numerous trials,
Like a clear blue sky after days of heavy shower,
You exude an energy so comforting and pure.
Love, is a word most people find magical and full of care. For me, this word has no meaning. Simply, because I really don’t believe in the word, love. This word itself holds no meaning for me. I believe it is just a fantasy. Just like fake fairy tales that people believe in.
Dora Aljoofri, founder of Hang with Dora, a company that sells handcrafted items like plant hangers, nanglo wall decorations, and tassel bag charms to name a few, worked in the publishing industry (writing about fashion) for over a decade before making a career change to full-time crafting and freelance writing.
I am amazed by the relationship we have as per platforms
Those who have never met on person but on social media goes awesome
Making jokes and promises to meet sooner
But when time comes to meet the vibes looses its charm and it sways away farther.
How can you think that I can live without you?
Have I ever told you that I can survive without you?
Tell me right now,
Why have you taken the decision to live without me?
Don’t you even feel that I have to know the truth?
Truth before you left me alone here just with your memories.
Instagram is a haven for amateur cooks as well as those who like to sit on their beds and look at food prepared and served from all over the world. It’s no surprise that food bloggers have taken the world by storm. However, it’s a whole another thing making as well as photographing the food you have made and putting it out on social media.
Kishor Jyoti is an artist based in Kathmandu, Nepal. Jyoti, also known as Young Flame Artist, describes his style as realism with a hint of surrealism. As of now, Jyoti is a part of an artist community called the “Pagoda Artist Group” and for nearly five years, he has been honing his craft under artist Roshan Pradhan.