Top 10 Most Powerful People in The World

most powerful people in the world

Earlier we have shared about the 10 Richest men in the World of 2015 by Forbes. Now today we are with most powerful people in the world. We know that world was ruled by different people in different times. In these days the was of ruling has changed earlier it was bought by war, hereditary or… [Read More]

Run Windows On Mac within 4 Easy Step’s

run windows on mac

Mac one of the Apple off spring and one of the powerful computer with easy and users satisfaction. Mac has its own way of working where it is completely within the requirements of the user. Mac was build with Linux base and it applications are uniquely designed for it. In some cases there are some… [Read More]

The Bad Season Makes the Poet Sad

Robert Herrick 1591–1674 The Bad Season Makes the Poet Sad Dull to myself, and almost dead to these My many fresh and fragrant mistresses; Lost to all music now, since everything Puts on the semblance here of sorrowing. Sick is the land to th’ heart, and doth endure More dangerous faintings by her desp’rate cure…. [Read More]

The White Island, or Place of the Blest

Robert Herrick 1591–1674 The White Island, or Place of the Blest In this world, the isle of dreams,       While we sit by sorrow’s streams,       Tears and terrors are our themes                      Reciting:         But when once from hence we fly,       More and more approaching nigh              Unto young eternity,                      Uniting:          In that whiter… [Read More]

His Prayer for Absolution

Robert Herrick 1591–1674 His Prayer for Absolution For those my unbaptized rhymes, Writ in my wild unhallowed times, For every sentence, clause, and word, That’s not inlaid with Thee, my Lord, Forgive me, God, and blot each line Out of my book, that is not Thine. But if, ‘mongst all, Thou find’st here one Worthy… [Read More]

Discontents in Devon

Robert Herrick 1591–1674 Discontents in Devon More discontents I never had          Since I was born, than here; Where I have been, and still am, sad,          In this dull Devonshire. Yet justly too I must confess,          I ne’er invented such Ennobled numbers for the press,          Than where I loath’d so much.