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I & Life Fight; Peacefully

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This Post was Published on April 3 2017

I & Life Fight; Peacefully

I fight

With Life

It fights with Me

We have fought enough

There were better tournaments

To Participate, Play and Win

I have won few

It has won few

Sometimes there was a draw

Its not like we do not fight anymore

Maybe both are fed up with each other

Both ask each other – why fight?

And we both agreed

Life goes on

So, Life and I go peacefully

 

I am feeling it is neither a Poem nor a Prose. We can name it as “Prosetry”.
I have seen and read so many blogs and many bloggers do write this way. Whatever that comes to mind we write and can write. So go writing “PROSETRY”……
I think its the best way of expressing oneself and its the best way to make know and convey your message to the readers. Sometimes writers are in a fix to write prose or poetry and maybe they remain in a dilemma and shall tend not to write anything, instead adopt this new style “Prosetry”.
I went into the details to capture some thoughts and landed in the below mentioned link. Please go read.
I think we BLOGGERS can popularize this way of expression and writing – “PROSETRY”
I have included this word into my Computer dictionary, if you like it you may do so.
 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prose_poetry
The ‘se’ in PROSETRY has to be pronounced as in Possession. I hope you understand. So let us make it popular.
I have edited the post and have added this above line, after having a discussion in the comments. You may please inform your opinion about that in your comments. Thanks

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I am happy to inform you all friends that the word ‘Prosetry’ has been received very well by most of them who have read this post.
One of my friends  Ranjeeta Nath Ghai who is inspired has already written three Prosetry after reading this post, I give the following links to go see what she has written. 
Living In A State Of Denial: Prosetry
Carvings On the Soul: Prosetry
Chasing The Rainbows: A Prosetry
So! Happy Reading Prosetry