Poetry Video

I started writing a new set of poems and oh my god, the theme away from Romance and Love seems to be hard to take. I wrote, rewrote and then thrown away all that I wrote now restarting in a new way. It is not easy to change styles which I learned in a hard way now. But I guess I will be able to adapt myself to a more narrative style in time. I am not able to focus a lot into writing as lot of other things with life kinda holds me by my throat. Well, I’ve been here before so I will get along with things. I guess everyone is okay out there. I thought this winter I may have another explosion with my poetry in new style, I promised my hard core readers that the new poems will come two weeks back. I am sorry folks this poet failed miserably in what he promised. But here is something I did with a bunch of pictures I got from couple sites. I made a video of my poem “The Essence Of A Lover’s Life”. Hope you all like it. It was made mostly for people who follow me on facebook and Youtube. But my xanga family, I can’t keep it only for them you are all always here with me, with love, with care and a lot of prayers. I love you all.

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You all enjoy what remains of the winter. The next Arctic blast is on its way to midwest…mmm I loving this cold..woo hoo.

Thoughts And Images

Hi All,

   It was a week that put me in a drum and thrown me downhill. That’s what happens if one expects things to happen in a specific way and everything pauses. By Thursday I’ve thrown out all my expectations. Nothing much happened different. It helped me to get out of the drum and walk away.

  Terrible things happens around the world. One don’t need to speak about all of it as everyone is watching it all on T.V. Equally wonderful things happens in the world too. One need to be good investigative journalist to know those wonderful things. Looks like our T.V stations and media are making us addicted to calamities. But no matter what happens… it is better to smile and say “That what exactly we have at this point of time”

  I am a poet, people expect poetry in these posts.. hmmm sure new poetry will come next week.

  Here are some images that held my breath, made me smile, some just squeezed me from inside and some just shown me how lucky we are all.


A looter leaves a damaged building through a hole in a wall in downtown Port-au-Prince January 29, 2010. Credit: REUTERS/Carlos Barria


A martial arts performer wearing a tiger-like costume wrestles with a cow during a show called “oriental bullfighting” to celebrate the upcoming Chinese New Year in Jiaxing, Zhejiang province January 29, 2010. Credit: REUTERS/Stringer


Newly raised recruits from first women battalion of Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) adjust their caps before a group photo after their passing out parade in an ITBP training centre at Bhanu in the northern Indian state of Haryana January 29, 2010. Credit: REUTERS/Ajay Verma


A U.N. police officer unties the hands of a boy who took part in looting in downtown Port-au-Prince January 29, 2010. Credit: REUTERS/St Felix
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A Palestinian girl is lowered from a window after tear gas entered the house during a protest in the West Bank village of Nabi Saleh near Ramallah January 29, 2010. Credit: REUTERS/Ammar Awad


A man protests during a march in Mexico City January 29, 2010. Credit: REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar


Musician Jason Mraz attends the 2010 MusiCares Person of the Year Tribute to Neil Young in Los Angeles January 29, 2010. Credit: REUTERS/Phil McCarten


A pygmy hippopotamus (Choeropsis liberiensi) opens its mouth as it waits to be fed inside its enclosure at the Singapore Zoo January 29, 2010. Credit: REUTERS/Tim Chong


A demonstrator wearing a mask of Britain’s former Prime Minister Tony Blair, waves red stained hands through the bars of a makeshift jail during a protest outside the Iraq Inquiry, in London, January 29, 2010. Credit: REUTERS/Luke Macgregor