Inhale Exhale 

Inhale Exhale 

Inhale

Now exhale

Inhale 

Exhale 

Now breathe

Breathe

The breath of life

The breath of God

The eternal air 

Pumping love on your lungs 

As you feel the stream of life coursing through your veins 

You hold the reins 

Evanescence 

Translucent glory incandescent glow

Spirit flow like a gurgling stream laughing playfully along a ravine 

Young 

Strong 

Springing a spring of joy 

Sprung loving its own life 

Romancing the bed

Procreating 

Colours

Electric sparks 

Light flash 

Beings 

Creations of beauty 

We form 

Knowledge 

We traverse the river

Like a road 

Leaping like toads 

Reaching for God

Hoards 

Surging like waves 

Surfing in the air on celestial glass boards 

White boards 

With scripted hieroglyphs 

We list like nymphs


Maniacs in chains 

Dancing in the rain 

Oblivious of all pain 


The fractures sprained 

The wisdom gained 

A melody refrained 

The intelligent insane 

Mind locked 

I can see you behind the window pane

Free

Freed

A seed washed by the river 

Planted to grow a tree slanted 

An offspring 

You sprang 

Feeding on your hunger pangs 

And reached for heaven 

But failed to touch the sky

There’s heaven in your thighs 

Even from your lies you can get highs 

Baby don’t cry 

Your breath escapes 

The air is your cape 

So breathe

Now exhale

Then inhale 

Breathe

Composer SAGE HASSON

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Shortest man in world died, Guinness World Records says

Chandra Bahadur Dangi, who held the Guinness World Recordfor shortest man in the world, has died.

“He will be remembered forever as an iconic and extraordinary record holder,” Guinness said in a statement.

Dangi, a Nepalese man, died at age 75 on Thursday evening of an undisclosed illness at Lyndon B. Johnson Tropical Medical Center in Pago Pago, according to the Wall Street Journal.

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Chandra Dangi walks past the feet of Sultan Kosen.

Dangi, 21 and a half inches, met the world’s tallest living man, Sultan Kosen, 8 feet, 9 inches, for the first time in London in November 2014 to celebrate Guinness World Records Day.

“Even though he is short and I am tall, we have had similar struggles throughout our lives and when I look into Chandra’s eyes, I can see he’s a good man,” Kosen told the Daily Telegraph in 2014.

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