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Mishaikh's Discussions

They are liars!

Started this discussion. Last reply by Shaila May 20. 32 Replies

Those who claim that they have forgotten their lost love are liars!DiscussContinue

Is It So?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Mishaikh Mar 22. 15 Replies

Love comes suddenly and fills you entirely. Is it so? Let's discussContinue

Being "possessive"

Started this discussion. Last reply by Mishaikh Mar 25. 31 Replies

Being "Possessive" of a beloved towards his/her lover is good or bad for relationship.Let's discussContinue

What will you choose your RESPONSIBILITIES or LOVE?

Started this discussion. Last reply by A738a Feb 6. 35 Replies

You are a very busy person.  You have your responsibilities as teacher, a doctor or as a soldier.  You fall in love with someone who happens to be your ideal.What will you choose, "your…Continue

 

Always remember my love is not so hard that I would prefer it to my EGO.

Latest Activity

Mishaikh commented on Danny Clark's blog post One More Challenge. Literary Contest: We are Always Ready to Find Fault with Others (Critiques).
"No. 3.   This seems nothing more than an 'autobiography of a Tuxedo".  A simple story, but I do not think this puts any steering impact of a reader.  A reader may read this as a pass time."
2 hours ago
Mishaikh commented on Danny Clark's blog post One More Challenge. Literary Contest: We are Always Ready to Find Fault with Others (Critiques).
"No.2 This story looks the same as No. 1, that is why fails to impress me.  I didn't find any thing interesting in it.  Just a common script of a romantic play of any TV series."
2 hours ago
Mishaikh commented on Danny Clark's blog post One More Challenge. Literary Contest: We are Always Ready to Find Fault with Others (Critiques).
"No.1. appearances are deceptive!  So simple the phrase is, but how elaborate the writer is in giving this message.  The writer seems to be immaculate even in words, putting every of them like the pearls in their right place.…"
2 hours ago
Mishaikh commented on Danny Clark's blog post One More Challenge. Literary Contest: We are Always Ready to Find Fault with Others (Critiques).
"NO 6. A very well set metaphor. The writer's message successfully reach the readers. Those who are firm in their belief can stand the hardship of life. I will comment on the other stories a bit later."
2 hours ago
Mishaikh replied to Danny Clark's discussion September Questions: Choosing the Most Interesting One in the group Let's Play Jeopardy Again!
"Question in Round 25 Reason 3 Question in round 38. Reason 1. Question in Round 39 Reason 1 Question in Round 42 Reason 1 Question in Round 53 Reason 2"
2 hours ago
Mishaikh replied to Serene's discussion ROUND - 37: It is an Adjective and Noun, too. in the group GUESS MY WORD!
"CONGRATULATIONS LADY NOOR. I discovered this word my earlier, but the definition says it is Proper noun of, relating to, or resembling Pyrrhus, king of Epirus, or his costly victory.…"
3 hours ago
Mishaikh replied to Serene's discussion ROUND - 37: It is an Adjective and Noun, too. in the group GUESS MY WORD!
"Pyrrhic Victory"
4 hours ago
Mishaikh replied to Serene's discussion ROUND - 37: It is an Adjective and Noun, too. in the group GUESS MY WORD!
"I know this word, but at the moment not coming on upper surface of memory. Once I read this word with definition winning of the batter after great loss (in every respect men, weapons etc.)  but at the moment the word is in hibernation. "
6 hours ago
Mishaikh replied to Serene's discussion ROUND - 37: It is an Adjective and Noun, too. in the group GUESS MY WORD!
"Is it JUBILANT"
6 hours ago
Mishaikh replied to Serene's discussion ROUND - 37: It is an Adjective and Noun, too. in the group GUESS MY WORD!
"Is this TRIUMPHANT ?"
6 hours ago
Mishaikh replied to Serene's discussion ROUND - 37: It is an Adjective and Noun, too. in the group GUESS MY WORD!
"Is this loss physical, monetary or emotional? "
7 hours ago
Mishaikh replied to SaLeM's discussion Who is better to teach English,man or woman ?
"Who is master in English either him or her, it makes difference. Professional academic qualification on the language. Teaching experience above all should have the knowledge of child psychology. Whoever M/F has these qualities, could be a…"
8 hours ago
Mishaikh replied to Serene's discussion ROUND - 37: It is an Adjective and Noun, too. in the group GUESS MY WORD!
"Does it relate to an individual's job life?"
8 hours ago
Mishaikh replied to Serene's discussion ROUND - 37: It is an Adjective and Noun, too. in the group GUESS MY WORD!
"Does your word end with 'tion'?"
8 hours ago
Mishaikh replied to Serene's discussion ROUND - 37: It is an Adjective and Noun, too. in the group GUESS MY WORD!
"You said to Onee that We can't see it, but feel it. Can't an on looker see this quality which is in another person.?  "
9 hours ago
Mishaikh commented on Lady Noor's blog post DEAD-ish
"Very impressive, this poem echos the Urdu Romantic Poetic Literature in my mind. Thanks for providing us opportunity to read a good piece of literature."
9 hours ago

Profile Information

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Learner of English, Teacher of English
English level
Advanced
Other languages spoken
Hindi, Urdu
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Favourite book, movie, song/band etc [in English!]
All five books of Dan Brown, Set of J.K. Rolling, Stephenie Meyer (But do not like her vampire fascination, Dean Conz, lots of other books in Urdu (especially all series of (late) Ibn-e-Safi; Repeated dozons of times). I have a reading habit.
My Favourite Saying(s) [in English!]
Always remember my love is not so hard that I would prefer it to my EGO.

THE CAFE

The Cafe

Retiring from the toiling day’s work I used to go to Café Grand. It is on Abdullah Haroon Road. If you go straight through Zaibunnisa Street in Saddar, you will find Café Grand just opposite to the back entrance of Hotel Metropole. From inside this restaurant is two storey, but second floor is sort of a gallery. The atmosphere of the Grand is one of the attractions for me to count it as the best. There was always been darkness in the café even in the day time. The lightning was so beautifully done that there is always a twilight just as of candles which gives a sensational tranquility.  The waiters move as they are floating on the carpeted floor. You can’t hear the sound of their movement but just the frisking of their uniform. 

The Music played in background was also my favorite.  It feels coming from no where but from everywhere. I feel the traces of tranquilizing effect sweeping in to whole of me. I always experienced an involuntary physical change that led me to note-able alteration in the acuity of tension I was in prior to coming to the café. 

Last week I went to the café and sat on the table I chose on the day I first came to this restaurant. This table is so placed in the corner that I can keep all the tables within my sight. I snap the passing by waiter and ordered my usual drink, coffee with some salty biscuits. I do not like creamy pastries or cakes. 

I threw a cursor look at the occupiers near me. Sipping my coffee and nibbling biscuit, I first look at the table on my right. This table always occupied by a girl. There was always girl, but everyday I saw new face. She was just sitting there, sipping her drink. I felt a sense of uneasiness, disturbed by some inner gloom. Once I had an eye to eye contact, I was shuddered to see the deep unknown gloom, as she was afraid that her innocence beauty was in peril. She was incessantly watching the watch wearing in her beautiful supple writs. 

After few minutes I found a commissionaire standing by her side. He slightly bowed and whispered in her eyes. She abruptly stood and followed him. Before leaving, she once again turned and looked at me. I again felt an electrical shock. It was just a fraction of a moment. Her eyes were gleaming with tears. I felt that they were saying “isn’t there any one who could save me, even you!” 

She turned her face and walked away, staggering like a person is taken to be crucified, head down, shoulders bowed. I felt myself empty from inside, as empty as I was no more. I sat there for few moments trying to gather myself, and then left the café. 

On my way back I felt a deep dejection within me. I was feeling that I was nothing. My condition was of like a person who could save a dying person but did nothing.By mishaikh

Mishaikh's Blog

HISTORICAL PLACE

Posted on September 26, 2016 at 8:30 7 Comments

EMPRESS MARKET

Empress Market is a famous place located in Sadder, Karachi, Pakistan, which traces its origin to the British Raj era.  Today this market is considered one of the busiest markets for shopping grocery in Karachi.  A wide variety of commodities are available at this market like fruits, vegetables, meat, fish, tin packed as well as raw, stationery, dates, dry fruits, lentils,…

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Beauty and Talent

Posted on September 20, 2016 at 12:00 7 Comments

This is on the encouragement of Tanya's Writing Challenge: So and Such

She is so beautiful, and when she dances so beautifully, the time seems to stop.  It was such a nice day, when she came to the city with such a nice show of hers.  When I came to the show, there were so many people at the theater.  But everyone was so…

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A Specimen of Letter of Resignation:

Posted on September 20, 2016 at 8:28 15 Comments

I have posted three farewell letters with the aim to give language knowledge in a particular perspective.  I found that some of my friends have mixed the letter of farewell with the resignation letter.  I am, therefore, posting here under a formal letter of resignation just to abreast the learners of the language with ‘how a normal letter of resignation is written’.  After having read this, the readers will be able to…

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Smoldering

Posted on September 19, 2016 at 11:30 17 Comments

This is on the inspiration of Expector's Tips on English Usage (1): replace or substitute

The typical beloved prevailing in the literature always replaces the lover with the rival, or some other guy has been substituted for lover.  There is always the lover who suffers. Or again if beloved takes someone in place of lover to the party, again…

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At 21:05 on September 23, 2016, Adaline Bala said…

Dear Mishaikh, Sending best wishes for a wonderful weekend! Take care!

At 0:16 on September 19, 2016, Onee-chan said…

Everything is fine here. Allah always helps us.

Wish you a wonderful week! ^_^

At 4:17 on September 17, 2016, Evangelina said…
Hello Mishaikh,

No need to thank me, you are welcome...I just felt like greeting so I did.

Actually I did not know about the different terms..according to Eid...thank you for telling me.

Have a very nice weekend.
At 20:34 on September 16, 2016, Adaline Bala said…

Dear Mishaikh, Have a nice weekend!

At 20:01 on September 13, 2016, Evangelina said…

Mishaikh, 

Hum Aap ko wish kare hai;

Have a very lovely time, stay happy and blessed.

At 18:29 on September 9, 2016, Adaline Bala said…

Have a nice weekend dear Mishaikh!

At 19:40 on September 2, 2016, Adaline Bala said…

Dear Mishiakh, Have a lovely weekend!

At 13:32 on August 26, 2016, Adaline Bala said…

Dear Mishaikh, Have a wonderful weekend! Stay happy!

At 18:13 on August 24, 2016, Ashik 5N said…
Dear mishakh pls come to online
At 20:34 on August 19, 2016, Adaline Bala said…

Dear Mishaikh, Have a lovely weekend!

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Who is better to teach English,man or woman ?

Started by SaLeM in General Discussion. Last reply by Mishaikh 8 hours ago. 10 Replies

    I think in some socities , some people think that a man is better in teaching English than a woman beacuse habits,traditions,social rules ,etc that play vital role in dealing with boys specially in the countries that ruled by the idea that a man…Continue

Is true friendship can be possible in today's Material world?

Started by radhey in General Discussion. Last reply by Rajib 5 hours ago. 8 Replies

I think No....in today's material world it is almost impossible. Continue

KISSES OF THE WORLD

Started by MARY in General Discussion. Last reply by Rajib 3 hours ago. 15 Replies

How do you say 'kiss' in your language?And how does it sound? :)…Continue

Tags: onomatopoeia, vocabulary, beso, kiss

TOPICS AND TITLES....

Started by Erica Flores in General Discussion. Last reply by Rajib 3 hours ago. 8 Replies

There are many titles and topics:Michael Angelo's paintings and other painters would be great topics to write about. Also a family picture or something about mother nature would be an excellent idea.In addition, you can describe yourself, write…Continue

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