My latest painting and poem

Ladders

Ladders leading

To

Heaven or

Hell!

I x

Climbed

And climbed

Trusting

Believing

In the skills of

Architect and

The engineer and

The poor

Mason- my divine Almighty

My friend.

I changed ladders

At will

Climbed new ones

Wrote my name on

Every empty wal

Where gave i reached

Dear God! My friend

I don’t know

Where am i going?

Tired now

With arthritic knees

I hardly can climb 10 steps

Tell me which is my finsl ladder

Finally.

Advertisements

via: Medium Daily Digest.

Medium Logo

Stories for Dhananjay Parkhe · Member since Aug 2018

Today’s highlights
Applause from Munr Kazmir and 2 others
I’m the last person to say that life is easy. I don’t think that’s the case at all. But there’s one thing…
Darius Foroux in The StartupMember only content5 min read
Applause from ⭐ Ryan Justin and 2 others
Writing is easy; finishing is so much harder. But it matters.
Zach J. PayneMember only content6 min read
What Democracy Needs to Be Nourished With, and How America Didn’t Do It
Jungian Psychology: Carl Jung and von Franz on the Process of Individuation.
Member contentFor Members
Applause from David Thomas-Jensen and 2 others
Veterans bear the burden of war long after they leave the battlefield. It’s time for America to acknowledge…
Applause from Megan Holstein and 2 others
Is marijuana the next frontier of fitness?
Jon Marcus in ElementalMember only content7 min read
Applause from Jared Keller and 2 others
I’ve had three different mysterious chronic illnesses. Each time, the struggle to figure out what was wrong…
Caira Conner in ElementalMember only content9 min read
Based on your reading history
Applause from Lisa Daum and 2 others
Well, I’ve wasted the entire day today.
Tom Kuegler in The StartupMember only content5 min read
Applause from Gillian Sisley and 2 others
You could write about phones
Applause from Christopher Oldcorn and 2 others
Put to the test: Using the Hemingway app to improve the quality of your writing.
Niklas Göke in Better HumansMember only content10 min read
From authors you follow
Applause from T.S. Narkissa Luna and 2 others
It helps to love what you do.
Applause from Jo Ann Harris
You might think you’ll have a better chance at being curated on weekdays, but curators are still hard at work…
Brian Rowe in 1-One-InfinityMember only content6 min read
Applause from The Startup
2. A great danger for many writers is to become too autobiographical in their fiction.
Brian Rowe in The StartupMember only content7 min read
What I learned after 30 years of attending, running, and facilitating meetings — painful and memorable ones
Applause from Adam, Diabetic Cyborg
Into the garden,
Applause from people you follow
Applause from Christopher Boswell and 2 others
You’ll love #14,837
Iva UrsanoMember only content4 min read
Applause from poetsarah and 2 others
I ride an emotional rollercoaster every single day.
Applause from Christopher Boswell and 2 others
Why it’s useless, and what you should do instead.
Zulie Rane in PsychobabblingMember only content6 min read
Best in Equality
Applause from Tim Wise and 2 others
Empathy isn’t the solution to our political crisis. It’s a major cause.
Noah BerlatskyMember only content8 min read
Applause from Adam, Diabetic Cyborg and 1 other
I have made myself so invisible that the destination is no longer important.
Athena Dixon in Gay MagMember only content8 min read
Best in Transportation
Applause from Max Ufberg and 2 others
The most useful maps distort what they depict and leave out tons of possible information
Barbara Tversky in ModusMember only content5 min read