Tuesday, May 26, 2009

CELEBRATING LIFE...


                a mother created the life,
                and gave it the best reason,
                a doctor operated the life,
                only to make it even healthier,
                sw engineer programmed the life,
                for an improved interfacing,
                a poet descibed the life,
                and made it sound more complicated,
                and then,I came,I saw...
                and..celebrated the life..and still,
                      CELEBRATING LIFE !!

12 comments:

SWAPN said...

all d best.

Babli said...

पहले तो मैं तहे दिल से आपका शुक्रियादा करना चाहती हूँ कि आपको मेरी कविता और पेंटिंग दोनों पसंद आए!
बहुत बढ़िया लिखा है आपने!

M VERMA said...

life is undefined and wonderful. your view is very good. keep it up.

Pyaasa Sajal said...

Thanks Friends...

MUFLIS said...

wow !!
nice write !!!
reflects your comprehensive
attitude towards the different sequences of life.....
congrats..
And...THANKS .

---MUFLIS---

Arvind Mishra said...

Does a poet really make the life complicated one by defining it in his/here poetry ? Or he simply simplifies it !

Pyaasa Sajal said...

Arvind Sir...1st of all I wud welcome u to my blog...its my honour u came here :)

depending on this question,I believe its totally a matter of perspective,the way we see the things..also about the way diff people understand and interpret wat poets say is so different and so diverse...for some its like complicating matters...for some its simplification...here it was one of the views... :)

Som said...

Mai Fikr ko dhuenye uda ta chala gaya .. zindegi ka sath mai nibhata chala gaya ...

Pyaasa Sajal said...

ghum aur khushi me fark na mahsoos ho jahaan,main dil ko us mukaam pe laata chalaa gayaa :)

VaRtIkA said...

:)

Priya said...

Life is beautiful and poetry make it more beautiful....for some it is a reason of happiness and for some it is experience of pain ... Moral of the story is that " Its a matter of attitude"

Apart from that your poetry is very nice :-)

ABHISHEK SiM said...

wise :)