Do you believe in magic?

By Vageesha Mishra

“The twinkle in those eyes are reflections of us, uniting your being with the cosmos. Believe in our powers for they are yours too, waiting to be discovered behind layers of fear, self doubt and ignorance. Now tell me little one, do you believe in magic?” Asked the stars.

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By twinklingwords

Have you had conversations with nature?

Picture – Pixabay


124 thoughts on “Do you believe in magic?

  1. Vageesha❤This was so adorable❤
    I loved each and every word. It carries a powerful message with so much of elegance ❤❤❤
    I am so proud of you😘This touched my heart❤

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      1. Lol Vageesha😘😘You made me smile❤
        But, I am new to poetry as well. I have only written a dozen poems hahaha 12 (read baarah😂)
        Try it! You have a thought process that can create magic.
        I am waiting for your poem. Take your time 😘😘❤❤❤❤

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      2. Baraaah! Hahahaah. You’re a natural my dear friend but thank you for the motivation, you reminded me of a friend from here who used to say the exact same things, she’s not active anymore. Thank you and I’ll try, Pragya xoxo😆😘😘😘😘

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      3. That’s really sweet of you, love😘🤗🤗
        Well, I’ve something for you. That might help you to write a poem. But let it remain a secret for now🤔😂.
        Lots of love😘😘😘😘Xoxo❤

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    1. Oh yes, I remember now. I have read your posts where you had mentioned about communicating with nature☺️ thank you so much!
      Umm, I was in complete awe?! And then someone called my name!
      I hope you have many more such conversations ☺️

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  2. This is very sweet and innocent however the conversation holds a strong message behind it.📝👌
    I love nature but never involved in such kind of conversation with galaxial bodies( may be because one can see only sky scrapped buildings with dustful of sky in Gurgaon) but i spoke to myself a lot in search of magic in stress.
    Okay, what did you answered?😶

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    1. Thank you so much, Prashant ☺️☺️ I’m so glad you feel that way.
      Hahahaha I agree with you, amidst skyscrapers and dusty layers, it’s nearly impossible to spot stars! I felt very small in their presence and then asked about the magic! Could you feel magic after trying to seek it in times of stress?

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      1. You’ll punch me out straight here if i replied in context of magic & miracles as i feel everything depends on our decisions & self believe even your chat with celestial bodies is actually a conversation with yourself only( Ques & Ans sab hamare andar se hi toh aate hai) sometimes ans got clicked and we call it magic.Yes, it happened to me once and i actually feel like a magic but it was somewhere my efforts that clicked on right moment only( haha..ek aur blog story mil gayi).That is how i feel about magic so i wish you will get lot of funfilled magical experiences in life in way of success ahead.
        Have a great weekend☺
        keep writing as it inspire me to write something meaningful.😇

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      2. Aww, Prashant that was such a nice way of putting it. It is indeed our soul giving out the answers when we tried seeking them but I also feel that nature helps in this process by bringing us close to our real self♥️ thank you for your kind words and I wish the same for you.
        Hahahah believe me, it makes me happy to realise I have inspired somebody with a blog idea. Can’t wait to read it☺️ and you are amazing poet and it’s inspiring people everyday, so there goes your no purpose argument!

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      3. I agreed with you, we should have a connect to nature be it any medium, and you should write more as you’re wonderful on expressing imaginations close to reality on words(also it gives me blog topics😂) and argument on so beautiful writeup always falls worthless.
        I’ll pen a fictional short story on it shortly.
        Thanks for always supporting my words & keep smiling☺🙌

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  3. I have a strong connection with nature. I never talked with stars or moon but I have a river, hills, rocks. You know what I mean.
    Whenever I’m in doubt, I feel alone, I visit her and she is always there ❤
    Har Har Gange!!!
    And when I am in problems, I visit hills. They are soooooo giant that my problems look almost negligible. 😂

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    1. I know what you mean☺️ You may not be communicating but the way you described about going to Maa Ganga for solace, says everything. So amazing.
      I know you do feel small in their presence which helps in so many ways and they communicate too😋 try and listen?!

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      1. Hey, I wish! I’ve been bogged down with work, how about you? I’m not sure if you are still studying or working but if you are studying I hope you hold onto the good old days as much as you can because full time work ain’t fun! 🤪

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  4. But I admit, T, I also like the moon as a mass of rock and gas out there in the universe. That is to say, I like the reality of what the moon is, scary as it may be to think that way. I saw a beautiful blue moon eclipse a few years ago and it was breathtaking because you could actually see the moon as a totally alien thing, just as we are in “space” terms. I love the romantic moon, but I think I love the real nature of things a wee bit more. You?

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    1. Hey my friend, thank you for this conversation ☺️ You have put things quite poetically even when strictly speaking of their real nature☺️♥️ that’s beautiful. I think the reality is sure terrifying, my mind has wandered into that direction as well, several times, where I conjured up images in my mind of how moon looks in reality and finally searching it up online, wasn’t disappointed one bit. But the side of me that likes to talk to nature imagines it as a fairy land where I’m sitting with my granny, who’s telling me stories of moral importance while braiding my hair!

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      1. I’m all for that … and judging by the # of movies that are other-worldly in nature — superheroes, fantasy lands, etc., we are all needing to ‘escape’ to better places! I think when I play piano, that’s when i go to mine. If I could conjure up a granny braiding my hair and telling wonderful stories, I’d certainly spend as much time as possible with her!

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  5. Because to remail happy everyday, you should be able to handle everyday’s issues.Pl do read my all posts as and when you can.It will change your life for ever and make you a good human being.

    Cheer up, Vageesha!

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      1. I am honoured! your passion to learn new life lessons is contagious and this is going to make a difference in the life of many people around you and that will be your greatest achievement and reward from HIM.
        Move on, move on,move on.Vadeesha!! I am always with you.

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      2. Thank you for your generosity! It felt so good to hear those words, I do try to do that and I wish I succeed in helping people around me and otherwise. Thank you so much once again for such kind words of encouragement. Just one thing, I’m sorry but it’s Vageesha☺️☺️ I hope you have a nice day.

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    1. What a beautiful way to describe detoxification from daily life through the comfort of nature. It added so much beauty to the post. I’m so, so glad you found the words motivating. Thank you for your kind words ☺️May I know your name if it’s fine?

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  6. That was a beautiful conversation with nature, TW. Your post reminds me of a beautiful set of letters that Jawaharlal Nehru to his daughter Indira called ‘Letters from a father to his daughter’. There he says that every element of nature have many stories to tell us, but only if we are willing to listen to them, their stories and work on building a relationship with them. I love the solitary walks that I sometimes take on rare mornings and feel the goodness of the serenity around me. A beautiful post, TW. So so glad I peeked in here.

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    1. I always wait for your smile inducing remarks on my blog ♥️ just how are you awesome, my dear friend? I mean mentioning Nehru’s letter conversations with his daughter♥️ my father used to talk about such things. Thank you for making me feel so good.
      His views are definitely in sync with mine, I have felt different forms of nature speaking to me differently sharing different stories.
      Hahaha! “Rare mornings,” that had me in splits. It’s alright my friend, you take care of so much, morning walks are not an easy thing to comfortably accommodate in an already tight routine if you have a family to take care. Evening walks are far easier.
      Thank you for such kind words♥️♥️♥️♥️

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      1. I know, Vageesha. As I read that book, I remember those beautiful moments with my father too. THey are precious! For a long long time I could see ONLY him as my hero.
        We all are blessed for all those blessings right.
        I have been reading the book ‘ A thousand splendid suns’ by Khalid Hossaini these last days in between sitting up late nights caring for the children. I did it primarily to take my mind off. It made me realize that we should not, not for a single moment, take anything for granted.
        Whenever I talk to you, there is a cord of beautiful frieldship, a strange friendship and like mindedness, my dear and I will be ever grateful for that. Hugs my dear friend.

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      2. I’m just worried that you’d be busy with your kids and everything else and now you’d have to reply to all the comments. Just reply to one for convenience and like the rest. Write everything in one to save time.
        I have read that book as well as And the mountain echoed, made me cry like a baby. True to every word you said, shouldn’t take anything for granted. Family is too precious, too precious.
        And yes, I completely understand what you mean. It’s strange to find somebody here, who is not in the same country and whom you haven’t met but they are similar to you, just the kind of friend you are so lucky to have♥️♥️😘

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      3. Yes, a bit strange. One I have never imagined until this blog took shape. I was not and not much of a social media fan but with bloggers what is common is the love you have for writing. It is such a pleasure to catch up with you my dear friend.
        Do not worry, my dear. I am fine and reading your work is like a breath of fresh air for one. One I so look forward to. So I will be there with lots of feedback after every one.

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    1. Smitha! I miss talking to you my friend 😦 thank you so much for your kind words ♥️ highly appreciated. I love these two words too. PS your work also makes me realise you have a chord with nature♥️

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      1. Have missed you too Vageesha. With so little free time, its either write a post or read other posts. I tend to lose out on reading because of this, hence missed your post.Forgive me for this.
        Yes, I am totally in love with nature😊 and your poem struck a chord. Xxxx

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      2. Arey, please don’t apologise. I understand, you have to balance out personal and professional life. I do miss your presence on my blog but I know sooner or later, you’d be there when you could fetch some time and that’s alright ☺️ I totally understand.
        Me too. And happy writing my friend☺️♥️looking forward to your posts.

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