About

Hello readers,

Welcome to my blog entitled “Words-To-World”- Transplanting words from my daily pages to world. This is my second blog. The motivation behind creating this blog is to explore deep into Haiku which is nothing but micro poetry. WordPress has very excited themes and interesting features which have dragged me to chose this as domain for my blog.

I enjoy writing more and more on any matter. I don’t need any reasons to write and it’s automatic. I start writing down my thoughts whenever I feel low or excited and I express myself more through writing. Β Writing provides me instant relief by giving direction to my untamed thoughts and wings to my imagination.Β This blog is dedicated to short form of writing i.e Haiku and Flash frictions.

Β Blog is a best platform to express one’s thoughts freely and connect it to the world. It’s a best companion one can have.

Introducing my sister Swati who will be contributing to this blog. She is my twin sister who shares similar interests. We have been blogging for last three years and we like to put our thoughts into writing in leisure hours.

In the end I would like to share words of Helen Keller, “The best and the the most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or touched-they must be felt with the heart.”

Hope you will enjoy reading here. Any suggestions for improvement will be highly appreciated.

Please have a look at my fist blog –My first blog

Thanks for stopping by,

Sweta Sarangi

 

 

23 thoughts on “About

  1. Prakash Hegade says:

    I am glad to have reached here and good to have met you twins(Was not aware of twin part!).

    Congratulations on all the published anthologies. πŸ™‚ I am sure will learn a lot exploring here.. πŸ™‚ yayy! πŸ™‚

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  2. sharmishtha basu says:

    hey kid! check out this page, will you? if you want some change let me know-

    wingofdreams.wordpress.com/interviews/swati-sarangi-and-her-addiqtd/

    it will be published as a post on 23rd October at 11:05 a.m.

    If you want some change let me know.

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  3. Majka says:

    Very nice and deep words and I love that you chose Helen Keller’s words. Helen was a miracle child and she accomplished things many of us will never understand.
    I can also relate to your feeling about releasing emotions through the pen (pencil). πŸ™‚
    Keep up with your great hobby!

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