Dagmawi Moges from Ethiopia is a PhD Student of Computer Science and Technology. His goal is in tackling Artificial General intelligence (AGI) system one problem at a time. Or in other words, He is working on Semantic understanding of text corpus. (If you didn’t get that, you may not be alone.)
Anyway, he is also a bright and rising artist!
Destiny Still Arrives by Dagmawi Moges
African Beauty by Dagmawi Moges
Half Face by Dagmawi Moges
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~ Featured work by Muhammad Shehzad Hanif~
The days go restless, the nights sleepless.
I seek for you around but fail to guess,
My heart skipped a beat or two.
But my anxious eyes still have no clue….
The wind goes wild and rough on my face.
Autumn leaves come down falling apace.
All the birds have gone past long before.
They will not come to the nests for sure.
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When the rays of hope turn to despair,
and the night of sadness prevailing everywhere.
The heart melts down my eyes through,
How much I miss you; I can’t tell you..!!
Gazing on to the sky, I caught a shooting star
I thought of you being so so far
Down, it calms; at a whispering sound.
“Your love will soon be coming around”
Muhammad Shehzad Hanif is a PhD student of Management. A Telecom Engineer, a Network and Management Consultant, a Writer, and a Published Poet.
So he thought to have a glance.
Just a glance of an artwork she’d posted
To feast his itching eyes
In reading such bold poetic lines.
A little touch here and there
He thought to his little self.
A little touch on this poem
Could do much to really help.
His words carried clouds of weight
With pure intentions and without a bait
Her creative instincts were ignited
And she set off to do some work
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The page was duly updated
And the laughter was everywhere smeared
An expression of a little thought
Of an idea conceived,
Coupled with a positive mindset of a poet
That made such a dream come alive…
So dream and think and share
And don’t be scared to be here
The future is but an idea
~ Of an Opinion to be shared.
Featured Write up by Issah Kwame Osumanu.
Issah from Ghana is a Computer Science Engineering student, an Oriental Medicine Practitioner, a Writer, and a Martial Artist.
He got inspired by my earlier post titled ‘True Laughter’ 🙂
Meditation by Tehmina Kanwal
Eternal by Tehmina Kanwal
Featured Work by Tehmina:
Tehmina Kanwal is from Pakistan. She is a Postgraduate student of Management, an Artist, a Writer, and also interested in Social work.
Have you laughed? I mean really truly laughed.
You know the type that starts from your feet making your toes curl. That one that travels up your legs making them shake like a leaf in the wind.
That laughter that boils up in your belly like steam in an enclosed space looking for a way out. That one that literally causes you pain until you open your throat and let it all out and open.
That type of laughter that bursts out like a gush of wind producing a sound which for that moment in time brings with it an amnesia of all the things causing you pain and worry.
So tell me. Have you ever truly laughed?
Featured Write-up by Dr. Perpetual C. Obiora.
Perpetual is a Medical Doctor, She is Multilingual, a Writer, and also my beautiful sister. 🙂