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Mirror Mirror on the wall

Mirror Mirror on the wall
Who is the happiest of them​ all
The mirror showed a picture
A picture she could recognize
A Picture so familiar
A Face so similar
Big eyes and a short lip​
Long loose curls and faded smile
The face was so familiar
The face was so much Similar
The mirror captured the image of the happiest soul
The mirror gave the picture of the kindest soul
Fair skin and long hair with a black Clutch
Hands that felt soft
Needless to touch.
The face was so similar the face so familiar
The face was someone whom she could recognize
THE FACE had left a mark on her
Like a sweet pie.

She then turned towards a pool of water
She was stunned and perplexed
Where she saw the exact same face.
She was drenched in tears
Had so much to worry insider her
Yet the image on the pool
Showed no mercy for the fear

She cursed the mirror for the lie
Yet the mirror was smiling
And knew he has to the bridge between the face
Before it dies.

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The Empty Corridor

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The Empty Corridor says so much more

With memories that are just too much to hold

As I walk Slowly
Reliving the moments
Today standing a little tall
The smell of the same old paint
Is just too much to fall

The walls they still listen
Even if I whisper my secrets.
The Corridor still makes a lot of noise
Even if I tip toe to my best

Smiling through the corridor
Infinite Silent laughter fades
Yet I am helpless
I am clueless
Cause All I can do is

Capture them tight in my memory’s case



The Empty Corridor
Has its face scrubbed a thousand times

Keeping new footprints million times
Yet it still remembers me
Holds my Footprint

Because 
The Silent Corridor
Still holds even a heavier Debt
The empty corridor

Remembers my regrets more than myself

Each time the corridor cried
”GO take a step or else
Your life shall be a mess”

All i did was
Searched for reason

Stopped only to tie the lace.


The stupid lace that didn’t matter

The worthless lace 
that had my heart scatter.

If only i listened to silent corridor which always screamed
Today I would have a different story 

I would still have faith my fairies.

The Empty corridor would save me  a different memory
Have happiness and joy 
As the character of my story
Instead of  deep cut and wounds 
Which i cannot effort to bury
.

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And You Call Her Homeless?

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(Picture Credit:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NJ1wEE2xCE4)



She doesn’t hold the same story everyday.
Each time she has a different path to lay.
She is the most beautiful and humble ruler of the streets
That rents her palace
That rents the kingdom she never owns 
 But happily
calls the dusty place her home.

Her soul has nothing to say

Because she has no one to care

Sometimes she

Merrily rolls the tyre
Plays with everything
Weather it be the rain or the fire.


The smile disappears 
If her eyes meets the long piles of books
Which she can only dream of touching.
Only dream of ever reading.


Every Night 
She wakes up in her own land

Dances gracefully 

Sings along the whisper of the tress
And peacefully disturb
The flowers and their drunk bess.

She is that Teddy bear who believed in her fairy tales
She is one fine beauty

Oh my my a pure beauty
Beauty that can give Flowers their butterflies
Beauty that can give the trees their sunshine
Beauty that can give the roads a reason to go a thousand miles

She is richest soul
She is a precious gem
To whom
Everybody calls homeless

yet they don’t understand that they all walk in her Runway.

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Forever And More

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Hi Joey!

Yeah I see you looked amazed today. The pizza isn’t cut into even a single slice and trust me it isn’t a mistake. I came into this shape today to make you realize how wonderful you are. Though you sometimes didn’t get your friends you looked super confused on joke and yet smiled or even laughed at it some moments, trust me they were adorable and sweet. Remember the time when you were the best “Helper guy” Who helped the non Knicks fan deliver her baby? Even though you were asked leave you stayed there until the last end. You were there with her even though we had visited the hospital with other purpose! All of your innocent madness is covered by the little things you did. And this is why “The one with the birth’ Is my favorite.



They say chandler helped you a lot. But it always went both ways. With Ross ,You showed that friendship always comes first then relationship. And we know you are still not over Rach! But thats okay! Because not everyone you have crush on likes you back always 😉 You had the best days with Phoebe and we secretly wished you would be her crap bag. And you love Mon not only because she is the best chef, also because you know she makes your bracelet buddy more than happy!! 

Joey! We love Iciban lipstick for men !
We love Hugsy as well.
And yes Baywatch is the best TV SHOW EVER !
Honey ! You truly changed the DAYS OF OUR LIVES and gave the best acting tips .

Since you taught us not to share food ! Here today I came as a single pizza without a slice so you don’t have to share ! Enjoy your food Doctor Drake Ramoray!

-Forever Yours
 Joey’s special Pizza ❤

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Powered Flightier

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The first rocket-powered aircraft was the Lippisch Ente, which made a successful maiden flight in March 1928.[12] The only pure rocket aircraft ever mass-produced was the Messerschmitt Me 163B Komet in 1944, one of several German World War II projects aimed at developing rocket-powered, point-defense aircraft.[13] Later variants of the Me 262 (C-1a and C-2b) were also fitted with “mixed-power” jet/rocket powerplants, while earlier models were fitted with rocket boosters, but were not mass-produced with these modifications.

The USSR experimented with a rocket-powered interceptor in the years immediately following World War II, the Mikoyan-Gurevich I-270. Only two were built.

In the 1950s, the British developed mixed-power jet designs employing both rocket and jet engines to cover the performance gap that existed in turbojet designs. The rocket was the main engine for delivering the speed and height required for high-speed interception of high-level bombers and the turbojet gave increased fuel economy in other parts of flight, most notably to ensure the aircraft was able to make a powered landing rather than risking an unpredictable gliding return. The Saunders-Roe SR.53 was a successful design, and was planned for production when economics forced the British to curtail most aircraft programs in the late 1950s. Furthermore, rapid advancements in jet engine technology rendered mixed-power aircraft designs like Saunders-Roe’s SR.53 (and the following SR.177) obsolete. The American Republic XF-91 Thunderceptor (the first U.S. fighter to exceed Mach 1 in level flight) met a similar fate for the same reason, and no hybrid rocket-and-jet-engine fighter design has ever been placed into service. The only operational implementation of mixed propulsion was Rocket-Assisted Take Off (RATO), a system rarely used in fighters, such as with the zero-length launch, RATO-based takeoff scheme from special launch platforms, tested out by both the United States and the Soviet Union, and made obsolete with advancements in surface-to-air missile technology.

Jet-powered fighters
It has become common in the aviation community to classify jet fighters by “generations” for historical purposes.[15] There are no official definitions of these generations; rather, they represent the notion that there are stages in the development of fighter design approaches, performance capabilities, and technological evolution. Also other authors have packed the fighters into different generations. For example, Richard P. Hallion of the Secretary of the Air Force’s Action Group classified the F-16 as a sixth generation jet fighter.

The timeframes associated with each generation are inexact and are only indicative of the period during which their design philosophies and technology employment enjoyed a prevailing influence on fighter design and development. These timeframes also encompass the peak period of service entry for such aircraft.

Reference and Citation -Wikipedia

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Militaries Aircraft

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Maritime Patrol Aircraft
A maritime patrol aircraft fixed-wing military aircraft designed to operate for long durations over water in maritime patrol roles—in particular anti-submarine, anti-ship and search and rescue. Some patrol aircraft were designed for this purpose, like the Kawasaki P-1.[4] Many others are modified designs of pre-existing aircraft, such as the Boeing P-8 Poseidon, which is based on the Boeing 737-800 airliner.

Multirole Combat Aircraft
Many combat aircraft today have a multirole ability. Normally only applying to fixed-wing aircraft, this term signifies that the plane in question can be a fighter or a bomber,[citation needed] depending on what the mission calls for. An example of a multirole design is the F/A-18 Hornet. A World War II example would be the P-38 Lightning.[6]

Some fighter aircraft, such as the F-16 Fighting Falcon, are mostly used as ‘bomb trucks’, despite being designed for aerial combat.

Military transport aircraft
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Military transport (logistics) aircraft are primarily used to transport troops and war supplies. Cargo can be attached to pallets, which are easily loaded, secured for flight, and quickly unloaded for delivery. Cargo also may be discharged from flying aircraft on parachutes, eliminating the need for landing. Also included in this category are aerial tankers; these planes can refuel other aircraft while in flight. An example of a transport aircraft is the C-17 Globemaster III. A World War II example would be the C-47. An example of a tanker craft would be the KC-135 Stratotanker. Helicopters and gliders can transport troops and supplies to areas where other aircraft would be unable to land.
Calling a military aircraft a “cargo plane” is incorrect, because military transport planes also carry paratroopers and other soldiers.

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Types Of Aircrafts

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Bomber Aircraft
Bombers are normally larger, heavier, and less maneuverable than fighter aircraft. They are capable of carrying large payloads of bombs, torpedoes or cruise missiles. Bombers are used almost exclusively for ground attacks and not fast or agile enough to take on enemy fighters head-to-head. A few have a single engine and require one pilot to operate and others have two or more engines and require crews of two or more. A limited number of bombers, such as the B-2 Spirit, have stealth capabilities that keep them from being detected by enemy radar. An example of a conventional modern bomber would be the B-52 Stratofortress. An example of a World War II bomber would be a B-17 Flying Fortress. Bombers include light bombers, medium bombers, heavy bombers, dive bombers, and torpedo bombers. The U.S. Navy and Marines have traditionally referred to their light and medium bombers as “attack aircraft”.

Attack Aircraft

Attack aircraft can be used to provide support for friendly ground troops. Some are able to carry conventional or nuclear weapons far behind enemy lines to strike priority ground targets. Attack helicopters attack enemy armor and provide close air support for ground troops. An example historical ground-attack aircraft is the Soviet Ilyushin Il-2 Shturmovik. Several types of transport airplanes have been armed with sideways firing weapons as gunships for ground attack. These include the AC-47 and AC-130 aircraft.

In modern air forces the distinction between bombers, fighter-bombers,[citation needed] and attack aircraft has become blurred. Many attack aircraft, even ones that look like fighters, are optimized to drop bombs, with very little ability to engage in aerial combat. Indeed, the design qualities that make an effective low-level attack aircraft make for a distinctly inferior air superiority fighter, and vice versa. Perhaps the most meaningful distinction is that a bomber is generally a long-range aircraft capable of striking targets deep within enemy territory, whereas fighter bombers and attack aircraft are limited to ‘theater’ missions in and around the immediate area of battlefield combat.[citation needed] Even that distinction is muddied[citation needed] by the availability of aerial refueling, which greatly increases the potential radius of combat operations.

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Military Planes

A military aircraft is any fixed-wing or rotary-wing aircraft that is operated by a legal or insurrectionary armed service of any type. Military aircraft can be either combat or non-combat:

Combat aircraft are designed to destroy enemy equipment using their own aircraft ordnance. Combat aircraft are normally developed and procured only by military forces.
Non-combat aircraft are not designed for combat as their primary function, but may carry weapons for self-defense. These mainly operate in support roles, and may be developed by either military forces or civilian organizations.

Flighter Planes

The main role of fighters is destroying enemy aircraft in air-to-air combat, offensive or defensive. Many are fast and highly maneuverable. Escorting bombers or other aircraft is also a common task. They are capable of carrying a variety of weapons, including machine guns,[citation needed] cannons, rockets and guided missiles. Many modern fighters can attack enemy fighters from a great distance, before the enemy even sees them. Examples of air superiority fighters include the F-22 Raptor. World War II fighters include the British Spitfire; the American P-51 Mustang; and German Bf 109. An example of an interceptor (a fighter designed to take-off and quickly intercept and shoot down enemy planes) would be the MiG-25. An example of a heavy fighter is the Messerschmitt Bf 110. The term “fighter” is also sometimes applied to aircraft that have little air-to-air combat capability – for example the A-10 ground-attack aircraft is operated by USAF “Fighter” squadrons.
Flightier

Reference:wikipedia

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McDonnell Douglas F-15 Eagle

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The McDonnell Douglas F-15 Eagle is an American twin-engine, all-weather tactical fighter aircraft designed by McDonnell Douglas (now Boeing) to gain and maintain air supremacy in aerial combat. Following reviews of proposals, the United States Air Force selected McDonnell Douglas’ design in 1967 to meet the service’s need for a dedicated air superiority fighter. The Eagle first flew in July 1972, and entered service in 1976. It is among the most successful modern fighters, with over 100 victories and no losses in aerial combat, with the majority of the kills scored by the Israeli Air Force.

The Eagle has been exported to Israel, Japan, and Saudi Arabia. The F-15 was originally envisioned as a pure air superiority aircraft. Its design included a secondary ground-attack capability that was largely unused. The aircraft design proved flexible enough that an all-weather strike derivative, the F-15E Strike Eagle, was later developed and entered service in 1989. Plans to keep the F-15 in U.S. Air Force service past 2025 have been questioned by U.S. Air Force officials in 2017. Newer models are still being produced for foreign users. The F-15 production line is set to end in 2022, 50 years after the type’s first flight.

The F-15 has an all-metal semi-monocoque fuselage with a large cantilever shoulder-mounted wing. The wing plan form of the F-15 suggests a modified cropped delta shape with a leading-edge sweepback angle of 45°. Ailerons and a simple high-lift flap are located on the trailing edge. No leading-edge maneuvering flaps are utilized. This complication was avoided by the combination of low wing loading and fixed leading-edge camber that varies with span wise position along the wing. Airfoil thickness ratios vary from 6 percent at the root to 3 percent at the tip.
A variety of air-to-air weaponry can be carried by the F-15. An automated weapon system enables the pilot to release weapons effectively and safely, using the head-up display and the avionics and weapons controls located on the engine throttles or control stick. When the pilot changes from one weapon system to another, visual guidance for the required weapon automatically appears on the head-up display.

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Because We Are Always Right

 

Your embrace  
Warmer than my blanket  
Your hand on my head to protect 
More than a helmet  
Our endless talk of my long days
Had the capability of your flight delays

We had simple promises to keep
A small box of chocolate
with My favorite brownie cake
Which you promised to bake

But that day
Didn’t wish for more
When I knew being 18
wouldn’t be something I would adore.

You left saying “See You Soon”
But aren’t home even after
The sky has greeted the Moon
92 Hours,
And still your promise is just a word
Mom says
Neither a text or a call is heard
93 hours yet I dont see you
I fear if this is a clue
A clue of darkness
A clue of unhappiness

I don’t understand
Where did we go wrong  
I wish it is just a test to make us strong
 

Growing up with your values
Is what I did 
But life isn’t fair
It doesn’t have time to mere
Time taught me  
That truth and honesty are no longer cared 

I don’t know the reason  
You being in the the dark room
so far
Nor I know what happened  
In that old stupid car 

The silent house is killing me  
I am tired of people asking me where is he ? 
Our ideal 
Our hero 
your kingdom awaits for you  
And I know you miss us too 
 
Come back to us  
And
Together we shall withstand 
To show people we’ve grown a bit more strong  
Because I know  
My king’s never wrong  
Against the world we shall fight  
Because you  taught me 
Good people are always right