#2 Broken Pieces

Quirky Girl

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Tired of gathering broken pieces,

Sharp but dead like ashes.

Filled with memories old,

Wish they would re-shape in a mould.

Wanna empty the box and them flow,

So the pieces won’t prick me as I let go.


Letting go is the hardest part,

How is anyone able to forget the past.

Cause its the past that haunts me,

That makes my future unable to see.

So before its ruined, I have to be bold,

These broken pieces I have, I cannot hold.


I will empty the box and let them flow,

So the pieces won’t prick me as I let go.

This one is my second! Deeply meaningful if you go through it. Do share if you like 🙂 ❤

– xoxo, Quirky Girl.

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#2 Broken Pieces

clock-time-hd-wallpaper

Tired of gathering broken pieces,

Sharp but dead like ashes.

Filled with memories old,

Wish they would re-shape in a mould.

Wanna empty the box and them flow,

So the pieces won’t prick me as I let go.


Letting go is the hardest part,

How is anyone able to forget the past.

Cause its the past that haunts me,

That makes my future unable to see.

So before its ruined, I have to be bold,

These broken pieces I have, I cannot hold.


I will empty the box and let them flow,

So the pieces won’t prick me as I let go.

This one is my second! Deeply meaningful if you go through it. Do share if you like 🙂 ❤

– xoxo, Quirky Girl.

Mr. Robot (TV Series)

Quirky Girl

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Mr. Robot is an American drama–thriller television series created by Sam Esmail. The early premiere of the pilot was shown on May 27, 2015 on multiple online and VOD services.


Plot

The series follows Elliot Alderson, a young man living in New York City, who works at the cybersecurity company Allsafe as a security engineer. Constantly struggling with social anxiety disorder and clinical depression, Elliot’s thought process seems heavily influenced by paranoia and delusion. He connects to people by hacking them, which often leads him to act as a cyber-vigilante. He is recruited by a mysterious insurrectionary anarchist known as “Mr. Robot”, and joins his team of hacktivists known as “fsociety”. One of their missions is to cancel all debts by taking down one of the largest corporations in the world, E Corp (known as “Evil Corp” by Elliot), which also happens to be Allsafe’s biggest client.

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Mr. Robot (TV Series)

mrrobot-key-art

Mr. Robot is an American drama–thriller television series created by Sam Esmail. The early premiere of the pilot was shown on May 27, 2015 on multiple online and VOD services.


Plot

The series follows Elliot Alderson, a young man living in New York City, who works at the cybersecurity company Allsafe as a security engineer. Constantly struggling with social anxiety disorder and clinical depression, Elliot’s thought process seems heavily influenced by paranoia and delusion. He connects to people by hacking them, which often leads him to act as a cyber-vigilante. He is recruited by a mysterious insurrectionary anarchist known as “Mr. Robot”, and joins his team of hacktivists known as “fsociety”. One of their missions is to cancel all debts by taking down one of the largest corporations in the world, E Corp (known as “Evil Corp” by Elliot), which also happens to be Allsafe’s biggest client.

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Other Side Of Me!

My peeps,

I’m writing this to inform you that, with being a total entertainer :-P, I’m also a lot high on Cyber Security!

So, for those who share my interests, do check my blog as I’ll be posting some good stuff on the same.

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With this in mind, I would like to inform about this great TV show I just completed watching – Mr. Robot. It is surrounded by our favourite subject – Cyber Security!

There is a new post coming up on Mr. Robot. So don’t leave your PC!

– xoxo, Quirky Girl.

#1 These Four Walls

My first original poem! I wrote it at the age of 20 out of boredom and dullness which is sad, so ya, its a sad poem. Try comparing your life with it, comment if you share the feeling or if its the opposite.

Here goes..

#1 THESE FOUR WALLS

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I‘m trapped in a cage,

I cannot escape.

Filled with rage,

Like a helpless ape.

Shake it, try to break it,

Even try to bend.

When it doesn’t move an inch,

Then I’ve to pretend.

I like the way it is,

Life won’t come with ease.

However I wanna free-fall,

I like these four walls.

Wanna travel the world,

Like a free bird.

Exciting things to do,

Experience something new,

With the ones honest and true.

But; as there always is one,

Pretence to be done.

I like the way it is,

Life won’t come with ease.

However I wanna free-fall,

I like these four walls.


That’s all! Hope you like it…

-xoxo, Quirky Girl.

Heroic Dogs!

Quirky Girl

The idea of dogs rescuing their human masters captures our love and affection. So it’s only natural to love hearing about dogs who save people in real life!

Here are 5  true accounts of dogs  who saved people from perilous circumstances…

  • Katrina

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Hurricane Katrina was a miserable occurence for everyone down south, but inspiring stories of heroism have helped give victims something to smile about. That’s certainly the case with Katrina, the ironically named black labrador who saved a drowning man before rising flood waters claimed his life. The dog, who was later rescued herself by rescue teams, was honored at that year’s Genesis Awards with a standing ovation.

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Speaking of Real Stories…

Not Without My Daughter” by Betty Mahmoody.

Not Without My Daughter

The Pulitzer-Prize nominated, internationally best-selling book, “Not Without My Daughter,” written by Betty Mahmoody after her miraculous escape along with her daughter, recounts the horrors of eighteen months of their unimaginable journey to freedom. “Not Without My Daughter” was made into a major motion picture starring Academy Award winner, Sally Field and Alfred Molina.

Betty Mahmoody

Betty Mahmoody

Betty Mahmoody born June 9, 1945 in Alma, Michigan, is an American author and public speaker best known for her book, Not Without My Daughter.

Her book, Not Without My Daughter, is an account of her experiences in 1984–86, when she left Alpena, Michigan to go to Iran with her husband and daughter for what she was promised would be a short visit. Once there, she and her daughter were held against their will.

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