DP Daily Prompt: Singular Sensation

A few months ago I was fortunate to know her. She was positive. She wrote my translations of Tagore’s poems and songs were good. She was fortunate to understand some of the poems and songs written by him.

I was going through a period when I felt I wasn’t getting enough readers and that I was wasting my time.  She encouraged me and told me to read other blogs, to make myself known to different bloggers. I do that nowadays. I am thankful to her,she was genuinely interested.

There are other bloggers who regularly visit and leave their comment. I am grateful to them too.

I’d like to thank them for reading my posts . It is encouraging to read their comments.


39 thoughts on “DP Daily Prompt: Singular Sensation

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  4. Greetings dear Chaman,

    I guess we all share those thoughts at times.. Wondering whether we should write or not. I always try to post keeping in mind that, if it is meant to reach someone then it will, and if not then it won’t. However, it is always nice when people read it and share their thoughts. That’s why I always look forward to reading your comments.

    Much love and light,

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  9. Hi Ranu, I can identify with this post. The advice I was given when I too felt I was talking to myself was “If you write it, they will read” and so keep writing your precious words. We are all reading 🙂

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