Bird and Fish


She is cozy bird,

 Flying across seas, roaming all over the world

Migrating from season to season,

Following her  endless journey of life,

Yet you, looks  down in ocean of your tears,

 to see glimpses of your love, The fish,


Yes, I am your perplex fish,

Under the water, in another world,

Living in different society, living with different norms,

Far from you, inaccessible, undependable, intangible, freelancer,

 In a parallel universe from you.


Yes, We are bird and fish, different persons, from different worlds,

Can’t live together,  stiff to live without each other.

I just can hug your shadow, you just can kiss my glimpse.

Jeopardized of relationship and magnetism of association.


We are far, yet we close, too hard to describe our relationship.

Yet, still, I can feel warmness from you.

And you are could fulfill quench by me.

Take care of yourself, My bird

Might be we would meet in the alternate world.


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© Abhishek Yadav 2018



These are not my words, but really I find find them inspiring, yes it’s good sometimes to be average than a top notch. 


It’s okay to be average! To do your best and know that it’s good enough. To fail. To try and fall flat on your face. To be imperfect. To be adequate, unspecial, and not the greatest.
In all cases, you are loveable, and miraculous as you are. Your human limitations and imperfections are beautiful and perfect in the eyes of the Universe. Take the pressure off yourself to be the biggest and the best, the most successful and the most loved, and bless yourself for being exactly what you are. 
Realise that this radical self-love has nothing to do with ‘giving up’ or ‘settling for less’; it’s actually the basis of a joyful, liberated and abundant life. 
Be average, 

and dance into the miracle. 
– Jeff Foster