Monday, October 24, 2011

A Journey [by Saru]

“I guess there is no need to introduce the girl who has mesmerized the blogosphere with her magical words. You can find her HERE! In this guest post she takes you through a journey that you can’t miss.” - SUB >>>



P.S. The opinion below is that of the writer and not necessarily of Khoj....any one willing to write a guest post here can email me at subhrashis.adhikari@gmail.com >>>



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First, I would thank Subhrashis for giving me this opportunity of guest blogging. It's an honor to be a part of his blog. I'm a Practising Company Secretary who is not at all like everyone else in this profession. My mantra in life is to chill. The best quality in me is that I don't judge people which helps in having strong bonds with everyone I know. As many of you know that I am a poet. I love travelling, cooking and sleeping. I'm a big big fan of action movies and love to read thrillers. However, trading in share market tops my list of what I can't live without. Lastly, for this poem credit goes to Subhrashis as I stole words from his timeline and composed it. Do read the timeline on this blog

A Journey



Like wanderer on a smoky road,
My soul was filled with doubt.
Loaded with complex emotions,
I 'searched' for my whereabouts.
Carrying piles of concrete and debris of past,
I traveled across boundaries of relations.
Puzzled with almost everything,
Couldn't find the translations.
Read, heard, applied all theories,
Some worked, some failed.
Life was like a broken ship,
Which somehow sailed.
Battling across shores, I met life,
Simple, gentle and carrying a promise to begin.
Forget curses and mistakes; hold future,
And, search for happiness within.

You React:

36 comments:

  1. Mesmerizing words..Saru..

    Read,
    heard, applied all theories,

    Some
    worked, some failed.

    Life
    was like a broken ship,
                                     

    Which
    somehow sailed.

    I guess..this is the crux. No one, I think can give an example to refute the above. Every sentence delivers.

    Thank you Sub and Thank you Saru.

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  2. I know her already...she is great with words mashALLAH:)

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  3. As long as the helmsman is Saru, the ship will sail in any kind of weather! Beautiful post  like always!

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  4. Search for happiness within.  :)

    Lovely poem Saru!

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  5. Beautiful post!
    Loved to read it!

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  6. I wrote something similar few months ago...and its indeed tru that when u set off on a journey to know urself or seek happiness and contentment at the end its only in ur own soul that u find it. ends on a positive note :)

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  7. Great poem! A wonderful metaphor for life.

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  8. Yes indeed, search for the happiness within....great lines...

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  9. A kind of a simple explanation to the complex realities of life.....Really enjoyed it. "If life is to live, then why not live it" That's what I learned from this wonderful array of words

    From: sriramnivas.wordpress.com

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  10. :) sachhi bolun....the lines you had on your blog were the best....

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  11. I was waiting for the guest post from SARU :)  
    now *smiling*Like thy line " Battling across shores, i met life " and when you learn to search happiness within, its divine !
    Beautiful post.

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  12. Complex poem written with simple words.Yes,life is not so easy sometimes and a poet's pen can describe it in many ways 

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  13. The whole poem is lovely ... but the last four lines are very amazing. 

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  14. Hello.
    Such is the story of life...happy heart and everything else fits into place.
    Bravo Saru!

    Nice interview.



    Thoughts Of Beauty In The Stillness Of Dawn

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  15. I think we're all in search of happiness! Very wonderfully written.

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  16. Amazing! Yet another masterpiece from Saru - the great Poet :)

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  17. Nice poem. Expecting more of this kind Saru

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  18. Sure dear...Thanks for your comment!

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  19. Thanks Kiran....And the credit for this poem goes to Shubrashis:)

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  20. True...Thanks Alissa:)

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  21. Thanks a lot Andy!

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  22. Thanks a lot Farida...:)

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  23. Thank you Uma...:)

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  24. Thanks Reicha, I love your comments dear:)

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  25. Thanks Chintan....XOXOXO

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  26. Thanks for such  a beautiful comment Ram...I think I can steal words from your comment and compose a poem:)

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  27. Thank you Rahul:)

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  28. Thanks a ton dear!

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  29. I would love to read it. And, thanks for a lovely comment!

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  30. Thanks a lot Janhvi:)

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  31. Thank you so much Sam!

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  32. Thank you Sir...BTW, loved your comment!

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  33. Thanks to you Kunal for such a wonderful comment ...:)

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  34. Thanks a lot Mishi!!!

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  35. Hey keep posting such good and meaningful articles.

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